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pu·ber·al

, pubertal (pyū'bĕr-ăl, -ber-tăl),
Relating to puberty.
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pu·ber·al

, pubertal (pyū'bĕr-ăl, -bĕr-tăl)
Relating to puberty.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Cross-sectional reference data for phalangeal quantitative ultrasound from early childhood to young-adulthood according to gender, age, skeletal growth, and pubertal development.
"We provide evidence of a secular trend for earlier pubertal timing in boys that is partially explained by an increased childhood BMI, but other factors that are unknown contribute," the authors write.
Given the difference in mean cyst size, there was a significant difference in correctly identifying cysts through palpation in the pubertal versus the pre-pubertal group (p=0.025).
The subjects and the parents answered questions about history of blood disorders and pubertal status.
The relationship between patients' pubertal status, disease risk category, craniospinal radiotherapy history, BMI, and bone age with Z-score is shown in Table 1.
Thus, we explored the potential associations between prenatal exposure to several PFASs and a range of markers of pubertal development in boys and girls using two samples from a Danish nationwide puberty cohort with longitudinal data on puberty timing and plasma PFAS concentrations from first-trimester maternal samples.
The expression levels of LIN28B, let-7a and let-7g were detected in the hypothalamus, pituitary and ovary at three different pubertal stages.
The study found that participants with higher exposure to violence exhibited an older epigenetic or cellular age as well as more advanced pubertal development than what would be expected given the child's chronological age.
One of the ways of studying this impact is through pubertal timing.
trituberculatus developed their ovaries rapidly only after their pubertal molt (Wu et al.
Regardless of the BMI and %total body fat, the findings indicate significant changes in the total and the regional BMD measurements (i.e., according to the pubertal status in SW and SP).