Fetal and infant growth patterns associated with total and abdominal fat distribution in school-age children.

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CONTEXT Higher infant growth rates are associated with an increased risk of obesity in later life. OBJECTIVE We examined the associations of longitudinally measured fetal and infant growth patterns with total and abdominal fat distribution in childhood. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS We performed a population-based prospective cohort study among 6464… (More)
DOI: 10.1210/jc.2013-4345

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@article{Gishti2014FetalAI, title={Fetal and infant growth patterns associated with total and abdominal fat distribution in school-age children.}, author={Olta Gishti and R. C. Gaillard and Rashindra Manniesing and Marieke Abrahamse-Berkeveld and Eline M. van der Beek and Denise H. M. Heppe and Eric A. P. Steegers and Albert Hofman and Liesbeth Duijts and B{\"u}şra Durmuş and Vincent W. V. Jaddoe}, journal={The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism}, year={2014}, volume={99 7}, pages={2557-66} }