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jbmr2008-sm-0001-sm-SuppFig-S1.tif42KFigure S1. Percentage difference in diaphysis and medullary CSA, polar SSI (50% site) and distal radius (4% site) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in height at various ages. Adjusted for standardised weight at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0002-sm-SuppFig-S2.tif40KFigure S2. Percentage difference in diaphysis and medullary CSA, polar SSI (50% site) and distal radius (4% site) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in weight at various ages. Adjusted for standardised height at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0003-sm-SuppFig-S3.tif32KFigure S3. Percentage difference in cortical vBMD (50%), trabecular vBMD and total density vBMD (4%) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in height at various ages. Adjusted for standardised weight at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0004-sm-SuppFig-S4.tif35KFigure S4. Percentage difference in cortical vBMD (50%), trabecular vBMD and total density vBMD (4%) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in weight at various ages. Adjusted for standardised height at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0005-sm-SuppFig-S5.tif22KFigure S5. Percentage difference in aBMD at the hip and the lumbar spine at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in height at various ages. Adjusted for standardised weight at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0006-sm-SuppFig-S6.tif23KFigure S6. Percentage difference in aBMD at the hip and the lumbar spine at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in weight at various ages. Adjusted for standardised height at each age. Solid line for males; dashed line for females.
jbmr2008-sm-0007-sm-SuppTabs.docx30K

Table S1. Height velocity. Percentage difference and 95% CI in radius diaphysis and medullary CSA, polar SSI (50% site) and distal CSA (4% site at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in height velocity adjusted for standardised height and weight at the beginning of the growth interval and corresponding standardised weight velocity. N values range from 933–1025.

Table S2. Weight velocity, Percentage difference and 95% CI in radius diaphysis and medullary CSA, polar SSI (50% site) and distal CSA (4% site) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in weight velocity adjusted for standardised height and weight at the beginning of the growth interval and corresponding standardised height velocity. N values range from 912–1232.

Table S3. Height velocity. Percentage difference and 95% CI in distal radius (4%), total and trabecular vBMD, and cortical vBMD (50%) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in height velocity adjusted for standardised height and weight at the beginning of the growth interval and corresponding standardised weight velocity. N values range from 933–1025.

Table S4. Weight velocity. Percentage difference and 95% CI in distal radius (4%), total and trabecular vBMD, and cortical vBMD (50%) at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in weight velocity adjusted for standardised height and weight at the beginning of the growth interval and corresponding standardised height velocity. N values range from 912–1232.

Table S5. a) Height velocity and b) Weight velocity. Percentage difference in aBMD at the hip and the lumbar spine at 60–64 years per one standard deviation increase in a) height velocity or b) weight velocity adjusted for standardised height and weight at the beginning of the growth interval and corresponding standardised velocity. N values range from 1106–1494.

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