Should fetal weight growth curves be population specific?

Orly Romano-Zelekha, Laurence Freedman, Liraz Olmer, Manfred S. Green, Tamy Shohat, A. Agranat, D. Avidan, R. Aviram, Y. Benima, S. Battino, Z. Blumenfeld, A. Bucan, S. Eliyaho, A. Galon, M. Glassner, I. Goldstein, S. Hadad, N. Hadj, Y. Havkin, A. HermanB. Kaspi, Z. Kivilevish, K. Kupstein, R. Mashiah, G. Malinger, I. Meisner, G. Michaeli, A. Levi, H. Linzer, Y. Pardo, S. Pronglas, R. Rabinovitz, I. Romem, O. Segal, Y. Shimoni, A. Silver, K. Shokron, E. Swartz, M. Swartzpiter, M. Tohar, Y. Tovabin, D. Vardimon, E. Vinner, I. Weinstein, A. Weissman, H. Wexler, K. Yassin, S. Yagel, N. Yanay, Y. Zalel, E. Zohev

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