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Joubert's syndrome is a well-documented but rare disorder characterized by a variable combination of central nervous system, respiratory, renal and eye anomalies. The most significant and constant neuropathological finding is partial or complete agenesis of the cerebellar vermis. The syndrome was first described by Joubert and colleagues as a familial(More)
In order to determine which formula most accurately predicts weight in Irish infants we performed a prospective study on 162 mothers within one week of delivery. Actual weights were compared with estimated weights derived from the formulae of Shepard; Hadlock; Birnholtz; Deter and Campbell. Overall the Deter formula gave the closest approximation of birth(More)
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