Fetal growth and birth size is associated with maternal anthropometry and body composition.

@article{Thame2015FetalGA,
  title={Fetal growth and birth size is associated with maternal anthropometry and body composition.},
  author={Minerva M Thame and Clive Osmond and Helen L M Trotman},
  journal={Maternal & child nutrition},
  year={2015},
  volume={11 4},
  pages={574-82}
}
The objective was to investigate the association of maternal weight, height and body composition with fetal growth. We recruited 425 women at the University Hospital of the West Indies, Jamaica, who had singleton pregnancies, were less than 15 weeks gestation and had no systemic illness. Maternal weight, height and skinfold thicknesses were measured at the… CONTINUE READING