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Variations in the Pattern of Pubertal Changes in Boys
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Mixed longitudinal data on the physical changes at puberty in 228 normal boys are presented together with normal standards for stages of genital and pubic hair development, finding that boys' genitalia begin to develop only about 6 months later than the girls' breasts and Pubic hair appears about 1½ years later in boys than in girls.
Variations in pattern of pubertal changes in girls.
TLDR
The extent of normal individual variation observed in the events of puberty among the girls of the Harpenden Growth Study is described.
Variations in pattern of pubertal changes in girls.
TLDR
The extent of normal individual variation observed in the events of puberty among the girls of the Harpenden Growth Study is described.
Growth at Adolescence
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This book is the expansion of a prize essay on the subject of obesity in childhood, with special reference to Hilde Bruch's theory on the causation of this condition, and is a useful summary of the statistical facts regarding obesity.
Clinical longitudinal standards for height, weight, height velocity, weight velocity, and stages of puberty.
New charts for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity are presented for clinical (as opposed to population survey) use. They are based on longitudinal-type growth curves, using the same
Worldwide Variation in Human Growth
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This work has shown clear trends in child growth and chronic disease in adults from hunter-gatherers to settlers in Asia and the Americas, and these trends are likely to continue into the next generation.
Standards from birth to maturity for height, weight, height velocity, and weight velocity: British children, 1965. II.
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The solution to the alternatives of plotting against chronological or developmental age at adolescence is adopted and centiles plotted against chronological age over the whole age span are given.
The presentation and use of height and weight data for comparing the nutritional status of groups of children under the age of 10 years.
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This paper presents recommendations for the analysis and presentation of height and weight data from surveillance or surveys involving nutrition and anthropometry in young children up to the age of 10 years, with the basic indices recommended are height for age and weight for height.
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