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Intrauterine growth of live-born Caucasian infants at sea level: standards obtained from measurements in 7 dimensions of infants born between 25 and 44 weeks of gestation



Intrauterine growth of live-born Caucasian infants at sea level: standards obtained from measurements in 7 dimensions of infants born between 25 and 44 weeks of gestation



Journal of Pediatrics 74(6): 901-910



Normal anthropometric standards are presented for newborn white infants at sea level between 25 and 44 weeks of gestational age. The standards are based on measurements in 7 dimensions.

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