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Title Handbook of growth and growth monitoring in health and disease / Victor R. Preedy, editor
Published New York, NY : Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, ©2012

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Description 1 online resource (3 volumes (3143 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents SECTION 1. Low and very low birth weight infants -- 1. Development of thyroid function in very low birth weight infants -- 2. Growth after very low birth weights: Germany perspectives -- 3. First trimester fetal growth and low birth weight -- 4. Following up very low birth weight children to preschool age -- 5. Zinc and low birth weight -- 6. Early nutrition and very low birth weights infants -- 7. Aggressive nutritional strategy in very low birth weight infants: impact on growth -- 8. Visual development in very low birth weight infants -- 9. Visual ability in very low birth weight infants -- 10. Parental relationships with very low birth weight infants -- SECTION 2. Intrauterine growth retardation -- 11. Intrauterine growth standards -- 12. Risk factors for adverse outcomes in developing countries: role of interuterine growth retardation -- 13. Growth outcomes in intrauterine growth retardation: Australian perspectives -- 14. Neurodevelopment outcome of children with intrauterine growth retardation: A longitudinal, 10-year prospective study -- 15. Memory functions of children with intrauterine growth restriction -- 16. Intrauterine growth and intelligence -- 17. Drug exposure and intrauterine growth .-18. Intrauterine growth retardation and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in children -- 19. Ultrasound brain lesions in intrauterine growth retardation -- 20. Intrauterine growth restriction and blood pressure -- 21. Treatment for Short stature after intrauterine growth retardation -- 22. Anthropometric parameters and intrauterine growth retardation: Togo perspectives -- SECTION 3. Preterm infants -- 23. Periodic breathing in term and preterm infants -- 24. The relationship between growth and perinatal factors in preterm infants -- 25. Growth curves for preterm infants -- 26. Development of oral feeding skills in the preterm infant -- 27. Growth factors and endocrine milieu in preterm and term infants -- 28. Protein metabolism in preterm infants: implications for growth -- 29. Birth weight standards, fetal growth, and preterm infants -- 30. Maturation and growth indices of the brain in preterm infants -- 31. The development of cerebral cortex in prematurely born infants -- 32. Development of motor coordination and attention in preterm infants and relation to intensive care -- 33. Inflammatory and growth mediators in the blood in preterm infants -- 34. Weight gain and linear growth in milk feeding in preterm infants -- 35. Brain volume in preterm infants -- 36. Impact of prematurity on school-age outcomes -- 37. Visual and visuocognitive development in children born very prematurely -- SECTION 4. Postnatal growth in normal and abnormal situations -- 38. Defects on long arm of chromosome 20 and postnatal growth retardation -- 39. Postnatal growth in HIV -- 40. Postnatal growth failure and Z score -- 41. Prediction of postnatal growth curves for premature infants -- 42. Adiposity during preweaning postnatal growth -- 43. Postnatal development in cleft palate -- 44. Blood pressure and postnatal growth in schoolchildren: World and Mexico perspectives -- 45. Hormonal regulation of postnatal growth in children -- 46. Postnatal growth and growth hormone -- 47. Postnatal weight increase and growth velocity of very low birth weight infants: Italian perspectives -- SECTION 5. Catch-up growth -- 48. Weight requirements for Catch-up growth in girls with eating disorders -- 49. Catch-up growth and corticosteroids -- 50. Thyroid function during Catch-up growth -- 51. Endocrine aspects of catch-up growth -- 52. Catch-up growth: Hertfordshire studies -- 53. Catch-up growth up to ten year olds: Dutch perspectives -- 54. Catch-up growth and supine length/height in preterm infants -- 55. Catch-down growth and short-statured parents -- 56. Adiposity and insulin resistance after catch-up growth -- 57. Catch-up and normal growth of children on long-term dialysis -- 58. Lung development in children and in catch-up growth -- 59. Catch-up growth in refugee children -- 60. Failure to achieve catch-up growth: Spanish studies -- 61. Catch-up growth: Mexico perspectives -- 62. Growth surveillance of those without catch-up -- 63. Serum adiponectin levels, insulin resistance, and lipid profile in catch-up and non-catch-up growth -- SECTION 6. Sexual maturation -- 64. Genital development in boys and testosterone levels -- 65. Pesticides and male genital growth -- 66. Pesticides and sexual development in girls -- 67. Disorders of breast growth -- 68. Sexual maturity in slums and rural areas -- 69. Breast development and the environment -- 70. Precocious puberty and growth of breast tissue -- 71. Gonadotropin-suppressive therapy and sexual growth -- 72. Sexual dimorphism and cortisol -- 73. Growth and sexual maturation in psychological disorders -- SECTION 7. Cells and growth of tissues -- 74. Growth and development of the brain -- 75. Growth and development of the kidney -- 76. Growth and development of the intestine -- 77. Growth and development of bone -- 78. Growth and development of muscle -- 79. Growth and development of liver -- 80. Growth and development of heart -- 81. Growth and development of dentofacial tissue -- SECTION 8. Sensory growth and development -- 82. Multisensory reweighting in children -- 83. Motor development in normal children and in disease -- 84. Speech and language development in normal children and in disease -- 85. Visual development -- 86. Development of hearing -- 87. Speech intelligibility development in hearing impaired -- 88. Development of the immune system -- SECTION 9. Country and regional aspects of growth and growth monitoring -- 89. Overview: Child development in developing countries -- 90. Rural versus urban growth in 47 developing countries -- 91. Effect of infant feeding on growth in 20 developing countries -- 92. Field-testing growth standards in different countries -- 93. Breast-feeding and growth in Lebanon -- 94. Features of normal and abnormal growth in India -- 95. Features of normal and abnormal growth in China -- 96. Features of normal and abnormal growth in Brazil -- 97. Features of normal and abnormal growth in Russia -- SECTION 10. Effects of disease on growth -- 98. Impaired bone mineral density in children with cerebral palsy -- 99. Growth in sickle cell disease -- 100. The NIH MRI study of normal brain development in the young -- 101. Minerals and growth: an example with zinc -- 102. Fetal alcohol exposure and infant growth -- 103. Iron deficiency anemia and infant growth -- 104. Growth in children with severe hemophilia -- 105. Growth in autism -- 106. Growth in Down syndrome -- 107. HIV-infected children and growth -- 108. Growth in short bowel syndrome (SBS) -- 109. Child growth and livelihood security -- 110. Growth in cerebral palsy -- 111. Growth in congenital heart disease -- SECTION 11. Exercise, sports, and growth -- 112. Elite sport practice in children: effects on growth -- 113. Effects of gymnastics on growth and pubertal maturation in young girls -- 114. Physical activity and bone growth and development in children -- 115. Child growth in physical activity skill development and dietary modification -- 116. The interaction of exercise, stress, and inflammation on growth -- 117. Growth hormone response to exercise.-118. Physical activity and bone growth -- 119. Infant mental development index -- SECTION 12. Endocrine Control and Regulation of Growth -- 120. Growth deceleration and corticosteroids -- 121. Leptin and ghrelin in growth -- 122. Insulin-like growth factor and growth.-123. Adiponectin and growth -- 124. Thyroid hormones and growth -- 125. Growth hormone and child growth -- 126. Growth hormone, Prader-Willi syndrome, and growth -- SECTION 13. Assessment of Growth -- 127. The 2006 WHO Child Growth Standards -- 128. WHO Child Growth Standards and the CDC 2000 growth charts -- 129. International growth standards for school-aged children and adolescents -- 130. Infant growth modeling and assessment of growth -- 131. Use of weight, height, and body mass index to indicate growth failure -- 132. Assessment of psychomotor development and growth -- 133. Growth and development in developing countries: what standards? .-134. Use of MRI to monitor brain growth -- 135. Neonatal screening methods -- 136. False positives and sensitivity in growth monitoring -- 137. Z scores: what they are and how to use them -- 138. Percentiles: what they are and how to use them -- 139
Summary Growth is one of the human body's most intricate processes: each body part or region has its own unique growth patterns. Yet at the individual and population levels, growth patterns are sensitive to adverse conditions, genetic predispositions, and environmental changes. And despite the body's capacity to compensate for these developmental setbacks, the effects may be far-reaching, even life-long. The Handbook of Growth and Growth Monitoring in Health and Disease brings this significant and complex field together in one comprehensive volume: impact of adverse variables on growth patterns; issues at different stages of prenatal development, childhood, and adolescence; aspects of catch-up growth, endocrine regulation, and sexual maturation; screening and assessment methods; and international perspectives
Analysis Medicine
Maternal and infant welfare
Medical records -- Data processing
Personal health and hygiene
Medicine & Public Health
Maternal and Child Health
Clinical Nutrition
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Health Informatics
groei
growth
groeistoornissen
growth disorders
gezondheid
health
informatica
informatics
ziektepreventie
disease prevention
klinische voeding
ontwikkeling
development
monitoring
Medicine (General)
Geneeskunde (algemeen)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Human growth -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Growth disorders -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Growth.
Growth disorders.
Growth
Growth Disorders
growth.
MEDICAL -- Physiology.
SCIENCE -- Life Sciences -- Human Anatomy & Physiology.
Médecine.
Growth
Growth disorders
Human growth
Genre/Form handbooks.
Handbooks and manuals
Handbooks and manuals.
Guides et manuels.
Form Electronic book
Author Preedy, Victor R.
ISBN 9781441917959
1441917950