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cen·tile

(sen'til),
One hundredth. See: quantile.
[L. centum, one hundred, + -ilis, adj. suffix]

cen·tile

(sen'tīl)
One hundredth.
[L. centum, one hundred, + -ilis, adj. suffix]
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Vaginal delivery at the 37th week of gestation was without complications and the anthropometric parameters were birth weight 2.780 kg (10th centile) and length of 47 cm (25th centile).
Underweight is defined as weight less than 3rd centile or less than 2 standard deviations for the age according to WHO growth charts.
Fourth, within-socioeconomic scenario uncertainty matters considerably more under poverty/high climate change than in other scenarios, with a difference of 550,000 stunted between the 5th and 95th centiles, mostly due to differences in severe stunting.
(1) to assess the effect of intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy (ICP) upon newborn birthweight, we have concerns about the authors' interpretation of their findings because the birthweights in their meta-analysis were not corrected for gestational week or reported as a customised birthweight centile.
Biparietal distance (BPD), cranial circumference (CC), and abdominal circumference (AC) were found to be below the 5th centile. The femur length (FL) was at the 50th centile.
Growth below the 5th centile when plotted on the Indian Academy of Pediatrics charts was considered as abnormal.
This tight U-shaped correlation (parabola, r = 0.957, p < 0.0001) (Figure 2) between risk for white matter damage (%) and the centiles of head circumference (HC), presenting 2.5, 1.3, 0.4, 2.6, and 4.3% WMD at <10%, 10 to <25%, 25 to <75%, 75 to <90%, and [greater than or equal to]90%, respectively, is of major clinical significance.
(MAC = mid-arm circumference; HS = habitus score; NHANES = National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey; SA = South African; IBW = ideal body weight; TBW = total body weight.) Step 1: Development of model MAC-for-length centiles were created by combining HS1 5th centile MAC-for-age and length-for-age growth chart data.
The results to the Prague distributive attention test (numbers) submitted by the research subjects (Table 2.) do not correspond to the maximum values during the stages, but they reach the maximum in terms of centiles. The results of the four stages have been reported to the standard (Table 1.) corresponding to the age of 17, and the overall result was reported also to age.
Conclusion: We have constructed local reference centiles for fetal measurements and equations for dating of pregnancy for Southern Punjab.
Categories of centiles for weight, length, and head circumference of IUGR infants at 12 months of life are reported in Tables 2, 3, and 4.
The weight of these children was plotted on the growth charts based on World Health Organization (WHO) Child Growth Standards (2006) and their centiles were calculated.