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The identification of malnourished children


, : The identification of malnourished children. Aggiornamento Pediatrico 34(4): 579-582

Sixty children's nutritional status was studied with gluten-intolerance. It can be concluded that weight, height, weight for age and serum Fe level are important indexes for nutritional evaluation in children suspected of having small bowel disease.


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