Growth and survival of low birthweight infants from 0 to 9 years in a rural area of Ghana. Comparison of moderately low (1501–2000 g) and very low birthweight (1000–1500 g) infants and a local reference population
Version of Record online: 25 DEC 2001
Blackwell Science Ltd
Tropical Medicine & International Health
Volume 5, Issue 8, pages 571–577, August 2000
How to Cite
van der Mei, J., Volmer, M. and Boersma, E. R. (2000), Growth and survival of low birthweight infants from 0 to 9 years in a rural area of Ghana. Comparison of moderately low (1501–2000 g) and very low birthweight (1000–1500 g) infants and a local reference population. Tropical Medicine & International Health, 5: 571–577. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-3156.2000.00604.x
- Issue online: 25 DEC 2001
- Version of Record online: 25 DEC 2001
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