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Figure S1. Funnel plot for the association between birth weight and waist circumference without (1A) or with adjustment (1B) for adult body mass index (BMI) among adults. February 2013.

Figure S2. Sensitivity analysis for the association between birth weight and waist circumference without (2A) or with adjustment (2B) for adult body mass index (BMI) among adults. February 2013.

Figure S3. Funnel plot for the association between birth weight and waist-to-hip ratio without (3A) or with adjustment (3B) for adult body mass index (BMI) among adults. February 2013.

Figure S4. Sensitivity analysis for the association between birth weight and waist-to-hip ratio without (4A) or with adjustment (4B) for adult body mass index (BMI) among adults. February 2013.

Table S1. Definition of the anthropometric outcomes measured.

Table S2. Methodological quality of the papers assessed using the Newcastle–Ottawa Scale.

Table S3. Description of papers selected by systematic review on effects of birth size on anthropometric measurements of adult abdominal adiposity. February 2013.

Table S4. Descriptive information of papers* selected by systematic review on effects of birth size on abdominal fat measured by abdominal magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography, dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA) or ultrasound. February 2013.

Table S5. Studies assessing the association between birth weight and waist circumference or waist-to-hip ratio among adults, with and without adjustment for adult body mass index (BMI). February 2013.

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