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Physical Development, Ages 11 to 14 Years (cont.)

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Citations

  1. Irwin CE (2011). Somatic growth and development. In CD Rudolph et al., eds., Rudolph’s Pediatrics, 22nd ed., pp. 265–266. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Other Works Consulted

  • Bordini B, Rosenfield RL (2011). Normal pubertal development, Part II: Clinical aspects of puberty. Pediatrics in Review, 32(7): 281–291.

  • Kaplan DW, Love-Osborne KA (2009). Adolescence. In WW Hay Jr et al., eds., Current Diagnosis and Treatment: Pediatrics, 19th ed., pp. 101–136. New York: McGraw-Hill.

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ByHealthwise Staff
Primary Medical ReviewerSusan C. Kim, MD - Pediatrics
Specialist Medical ReviewerLouis Pellegrino, MD - Developmental Pediatrics
Last RevisedFebruary 28, 2012

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