The method of our time is to use not one but multiple exploration models.

Marshall McLuhan

Age-appropriate body mass index in children with achondroplasia: interpretation in relation to indexes of height (Hoover-Fong J et al, 2008)(pdf)

Achondroplasia is the most common short stature skeletal dysplasia, with an estimated worldwide prevalence of 250 000. Body mass index (BMI)–for-age references are required for weight management guidance for children with achondroplasia, whose body proportions are unlike those of the average stature population.

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