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1 Anthropometry of fetal growth in rural Malawi in relation to maternal malaria and HIV status
article 2005    
Author: Kalanda, B.F. · Buuren, S. van · Verhoeff, F.H. · Brabin, B.J.
Keywords: Health · Hemoglobin F · Anthropometry · Birth weight · Human immunodeficiency virus infection · Intrauterine growth retardation · Major clinical study · Maternal disease · Newborn · Parity · Rural area · Social status · Birth Weight · Cross-Sectional Studies · Female · Fetal Development · Gestational Age · Gravidity · HIV Seropositivity · Humans · Infant, Newborn · Infant, Small for Gestational Age · Malaria · Malawi · Male · Parasitemia · Placenta Diseases · Pregnancy · Pregnancy Complications, Infectious · Pregnancy Complications, Parasitic · Rural Population
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2 Anthropometry of Malawian live births between 35 and 41 weeks of gestation
article 2005    
Author: Kalanda, B.F. · Buuren, S. van · Verhoeff, F.H. · Brabin, B.J.
Keywords: Health · Fetal growth · Percentiles · Health and disease · Cephalometry · Comparative study · Cross-sectional study · Gestational age · Low birth weight · Newborn · Prematurity · Reference value · Sweden · Very low birth weight · Anthropometry · Arm · Birth Weight · Body Height · Cephalometry · Cross-Sectional Studies · Female · Gestational Age · Humans · Infant, Low Birth Weight · Infant, Newborn · Infant, Premature · Infant, Very Low Birth Weight · Malawi · Male · Pregnancy · Reference Values · Sweden
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3 Catch-up growth in Malawian babies, a longitudinal study of normal and low birthweight babies born in a malarious endemic area
article 2005    
Author: Kalanda, B.F. · Buuren, S. van · Verhoeff, F.H. · Brabin, B.J.
Keywords: Health · Birthweight · Infant growth · Catch up growth · Child growth · Cohort analysis · Controlled study · Delivery · Disease association · Endemic disease · Growth inhibition · Infant disease · Iron deficiency · Longitudinal study · Low birth weight · Major clinical study · Malaria control · Malnutrition · Maternal disease · Mother · Newborn · Placenta · Pregnancy · Prenatal care · Reference value · Regression analysis · Risk factor · Rural area · Seasonal variation · Sex difference · Short stature · Body Height · Body Weight · Female · Humans · Infant · Infant, Low Birth Weight · Infant, Newborn · Longitudinal Studies · Malaria · Malawi · Male · Multivariate Analysis
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4 An analysis of intra-uterine growth retardation in rural Malawi
article 2001    
Author: Verhoeff, F.H. · Brabin, B.J. · Buuren, S. van · Chimsuku, L. · Kazembe, P. · Wit, J.M. · Broadhead, R.L.
Keywords: Health · Anaemia · Developing country · Intra-uterine growth · Reference curves · Adult · Africa · Analysis · Anamnesis · Arm · Body height · Calculation · Controlled study · Delivery · Endemic disease · Gender · Gestational age · Growth curve · Hospital · Human immunodeficiency virus · Human immunodeficiency virus infection · Information processing · Intrauterine growth retardation · Low birth weight · Malaria control · Maternal welfare · Monitoring · Mother · Newborn screening · Nutritional status · Parity · Prematurity · Prenatal care · Reference value · Risk assessment · Rural area · Seroprevalence · Anemia, Iron-Deficiency · Antimalarials · Birth Weight · Cross-Sectional Studies · Female · Fetal Growth Retardation · Gestational Age · HIV Infections · Humans · Infant, Newborn · Infant, Premature · Malaria · Malawi · Nutritional Status · Pregnancy · Pregnancy Complications, Infectious · Pregnancy Trimester, Third · Reference Values · Risk Factors · Rural Population · Sex Factors
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