Children born small for gestational age (SGA) who fail to achieve catch up growth by 2-8 years of age are short from infancy to adulthood: Data from a cross-sectional study of 486 Spanish children

Antonio Carrascosa, Enric Vicens-Calvet, Diego Yeste, Rosa M. Espadero, Angeles Ulied, R. Alpera, E. Álvarez, J. Bel, E. Borrajo, V. Borrás, N. Cabrinety, M. Caimeri, R. Castro, R. Closas, I. Costa, M. Chueca, C. J. Del Valle, R. Espigares, J. Ferragut, A. Ferrández-ArenasA. Ferrández-Longas, J. P. González Díaz, R. Gracia-Bouthelier, P. Gutiérrez, F. Hermoso, G. Hollenberg, M. J. López-García, J. P. López-Siguero, L. Lorenzo, C. Luzuriaga, M. V. Marcos, M. J. Martínez-Aedo, P. Martul, J. A. Nieto, A. Oliver, M. Oyarzabal, M. Pombo, J. Prieto, I. Rica, M. F. Rivas Crespo, F. Rodríguez-Hierro, I. Rodríguez, B. Roldán, B. Sobradillo, J. Tacons, F. Vargas, R. Yturriaga

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