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G F Ferreira, R M Rega, C A Mandarim-De-Lacerda
The growth of the hepatic weight was correlated to fetal parameters of maturity (gestational age, crown-rump length and weight) in 70 human fetuses ranging from 14 to 39 weeks post-conception using the allometric method. The growth of the hepatic weight presents moderate positive allometry relative to age and C-R length, and isometry relative to fetal weight. The coefficiens of correlation are very high (p less than 0.001, Table 1). This study presents growth curves of the hepatic weight useful in medical branches such as anatomy, forensic medicine, fetopathology, medical imagery, onstetrics and pediatrics...
October 1990: Archivio Italiano di Anatomia e di Embriologia. Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology
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