Aga

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Related to Appropriate for gestational age: Small for gestational age, Adequate for gestational age
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Synonyms for Aga

title for a civil or military leader (especially in Turkey)

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In a review study, Lundgren and Tuvemo (2008) found that there is cumulative evidence suggesting an association between being born SGA and increased risk of lower intelligence, poor academic performance, low social competence, and behavioral problems compared to individuals born appropriate for gestational age.
Eight hundred and fifty neonates were found appropriate for gestational age (AGA); 142 neonates were small-for-gestational age (SGA); and 8 neonates were large-for-gestational age (LGA) when classified according to Lubchenco charts (15).
21 In a study conducted in Peshawar, SGA preterm babies had lower weight than appropriate for gestational age preterm babies.
4%) were appropriate for gestational age, 24 (57%) were small for gestational age and one (2.
Fifty infants were boys, 20 were low birth weight, 2 were large for gestational age and 79 were appropriate for gestational age.
5) The triceps and subscapular skinfold measurements at 3 years of age for children born LGA were virtually identical to those of children born appropriate for gestational age, but by 6 years of age, skinfold measurements had diverged considerably, to more than 0.
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