Quantitative growth and development of human brain.

  title={Quantitative growth and development of human brain.},
  author={J. A. Dobbing and Jean Sands},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  volume={48 10},
Dobbing, J., and Sands, J. (1973). Archives of Disease in Childhood, 48, 757. Quantitative growth and development of human brain. One hundred and thirty-nine complete human brains ranging in age from 10 weeks' gestation to 7 postnatal years, together with 9 adult brains, have been analysed in order to describe the human brain growth spurt quantitatively. The three major regions were examined for weight, DNA, cholesterol, and water content. The growth spurt period is much 
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