Prediction of adult height from height, bone age, and occurrence of menarche, at ages 4 to 16 with allowance for midparent height.

@article{Tanner1975PredictionOA,
  title={Prediction of adult height from height, bone age, and occurrence of menarche, at ages 4 to 16 with allowance for midparent height.},
  author={James M Tanner and R. H. Whitehouse and W. A. Marshall and Brian S Carter},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={1975},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={
          14-26
        }
}
Multiple regression equations for predicting the adult height of boys and girls from height and bone age at ages 4 and upwards are presented. There is a separate equation for each half year of chronological age; and for pre- and postmenarcheal girls at ages 11 to 14. These are based on longitudinal data from 116 boys and 95 girls of the Harpenden Growth Study and the London group of the International Children's Centre longitudinal study. The bone age used is the revised version of the Tanner… CONTINUE READING
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