Growth Disorders - Always a Topical Problem
Ž. Mišíková; Ľ. Košťálová; Z. Pribilincová
II. detská klinika LFUK a DFNsP, Bratislava, prednostka prof. MUDr. A. Kapellerová, DrSc.
Čes-slov Pediat 1999; (11): 648-649.
The importance to follow up the individual growth curve in every child is stressed. In th e case of growthretardation, analysis of growth curves could elucidate the cause of growth impairment. Some typical growth curvesfor the main causes of growth retardation are reported. Early diagnosis of growth retardation is necessary to avoidlate onset of therapy in treatable disorders.
growth, growth retardation, growth curves, growth hormone
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