The late effects of fetal growth patterns.

Abstract

The immediate prenatal and postnatal consequences of reduced fetal growth have long been known. The longer term associations between reduced birth weight and adult disease risk are also now well established. Reduced fetal growth is usually detected late in gestation, and the assumption has been that this is the time when factors regulating fetal growth have… (More)

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@article{Bloomfield2006TheLE, title={The late effects of fetal growth patterns.}, author={Frank H Bloomfield and Mike Oliver and Jane E Harding}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition}, year={2006}, volume={91 4}, pages={F299-304} }