Wachstum und körperliche Entwicklung

Part of the Handbuch der Kinderheilkunde book series (HDB KINDERHEIL, volume 1 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Das Wachstum eines Körpers oder Körperteiles läßt sich vereinfachend beschreiben, indem man Längen- oder Gewichtsmaße in regelmäßigen Zeitabständen feststellt und tabellarisch oder graphisch wiedergibt. Originalzahlen sollten dabei durch Kurven nie ersetzt, allenfalls zur besseren Anschauung ergänzt werden. In der Tabelle 1 sind Ergebnisse von Körperhöhenmessungen, die De Montbeillard von 1759–1777 jährlich bei seinem Sohn vorgenommen hat, wiedergegeben.

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  • W. Lenz
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  1. 1.MünsterDeutschland

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