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Survival and Physical Growth in Infancy and Early Childhood Study of Birth Weight and Gestational Age in a Guatemalan Indian Village
Many factors contribute independently or jointly to the cause and pathogenesis of low birth weight. Attempts to identify these factors in a given population, however, are usually unsuccessful, and conclusions ...
Malnutrition and infection in a typical rural Guatemalan Village: Lessons for the planning of preventive measures
A long-term prospective study of fetal and postnatal growth and possible influenceson growth was initiated in 1963in a Guatemalan village.A high proportion of the infants were of low birth weight and they were more at risk ...