Spondyloepiphyseal Growth Chart

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Figure 17.69 Russell-Silver syndrome, height, females, birth to 20 years. From Wollmann et al. (1995).

Head Circumference

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Figure 17.70 Spondyloepiphysial dysplasia congenita, height, birth to 16 years. From Horton et al. (1982), by permission.

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Figure 17.70 Spondyloepiphysial dysplasia congenita, height, birth to 16 years. From Horton et al. (1982), by permission.

Russell Silver Syndrome Birth
Figure 17.71 Height for males and females with trisomy 13, birth to seven years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.72 Weight for males and females with trisomy 13, birth to seven years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.72 Weight for males and females with trisomy 13, birth to seven years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Metatropic Dysplasia Growth Chart
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Metatropic Dysplasia Growth Chart

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Figure 17.73 Head circumference for males and females with trisomy 13, birth to three years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

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Figure 17.73 Head circumference for males and females with trisomy 13, birth to three years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.74 Height for males and females with trisomy 18, birth to 18 years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.74 Height for males and females with trisomy 18, birth to 18 years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Trisomy Growth Chart PrintableHead Circumference Chart Years
Figure 17.75 Weight for males and females with trisomy 18, birth to 18 years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.76 Head circumference for males and females with trisomy 18, birth to three years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

Figure 17.76 Head circumference for males and females with trisomy 18, birth to three years. Adapted from Baty et al. (1994).

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Courbe Croissence Fille

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Figure 17.77 Turner syndrome, height, North European females, birth to 20 years. Adapted from Rougen-Weiterlaken et al. (1997).

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Figure 17.77 Turner syndrome, height, North European females, birth to 20 years. Adapted from Rougen-Weiterlaken et al. (1997).

Williams Syndrome Growth Chart

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Figure 17.78 Williams syndrome, height, males, birth to 16 years. From Morris et al. (1988), by permission.

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Figure 17.78 Williams syndrome, height, males, birth to 16 years. From Morris et al. (1988), by permission.

Figure 17.79 Williams syndrome, height, females, birth to 16 years. From Morris et al. (1988), by permission.

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