Intra-Uterine Growth of Newborn Infants of Parma

  • G. Bevilacqua
  • M. Moretti
Conference paper


In recent years the study of newborn infants has shown a great number of associations between neonatal disorders and abnormalities either of the gestation period or of intra-uterine growth.


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  • M. Moretti

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