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Jennyfer Hamilton-Caron Wednesday, October 5, 2010 260427411 Fetal growth, early postnatal growth and motor development in Pakistani infants By YB Cheung, PSF Yip and JPE Karlberg International Journal of Epidemiology 2001; 30(1): 66-74 Published in February 2001 Several studies were made to compare the postnatal motor development of “small” and “normal”
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newborns. On the other hand, little is known about the interactions between of size birth and motor development, particularly in developing countries. The purpose of this study was to examine to possibilities of interaction between size birth, postnatal growth in the six primarily months of life, and gross and fine motor development of Pakistani infants. A possible hypothesis proposes that thin newborns would have suffered from growth retardation in the last trimester of pregnancy, while short newborns would have suffered of extended intrauterine growth retardation. Postnatal growth is unsteady during the first two years of existence, which is common in developing countries. The effect of postnatal growth of psychomotor development
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