Intradaily variation of the human lower leg length and short term growth--a longitudinal study in fourteen children.

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In order to detect the intradaily variation of the lower leg length in fourteen children the right lower leg length was determined using a non-invasive lower leg length measuring device at three set times of each day during a study period of three weeks. The mean standard error of the determinations amounted to 0.04 mm. As far as the whole group was… (More)

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@article{Valk1983IntradailyVO, title={Intradaily variation of the human lower leg length and short term growth--a longitudinal study in fourteen children.}, author={Iris Valk and A M Langhout Chabloz and Wiek H van Gilst}, journal={Growth}, year={1983}, volume={47 4}, pages={397-402} }