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Figure 1.

Figure 1. From: The Association between Abnormal Birth History and Growth in Children with CKD.

(Left) Histogram of 1393 age-sex-specific height z-scores with mean −0.68 and SD 1.16 with the density function from a Gaussian distribution with mean −0.68 and SD 1.16 superimposed. (Right) Histogram of 1383 age-sex-specific weight z-scores with mean −0.09 and SD 1.27 with the density function from a Gaussian distribution with mean −0.09 and SD 1.27 superimposed.

Larry A. Greenbaum, et al. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2011 January;6(1):14-21.
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Figure 2.

Figure 2. From: The Association between Abnormal Birth History and Growth in Children with CKD.

Multivariate CKD diagnosis-specific repeated measures analyses of abnormal birth history exposures on age-sex-specific height z-scores. Point estimates of the mean differences (bG) and 95% CIs in age-sex-specific height z-scores comparing those with the indicated abnormal birth exposure to those without the birth abnormality among those with a glomerular diagnosis of CKD are indicated by the diamond-shaped points and dashed vertical lines, respectively. Point estimates of the mean differences (bNG) and 95% CIs in age-sex-specific height z-scores comparing those with the indicated abnormal birth exposure to those without the birth abnormality among those with a nonglomerular diagnosis of CKD are indicated by the diamond-shaped points and continuous vertical lines, respectively. The P values indicate the significance of any differential effects of the primary exposure on height z-score in those with a glomerular diagnosis of CKD compared with those with a nonglomerular diagnosis (i.e., is bGbNG). All analyses were adjusted for sex, race, age, percentage of life with CKD, and mid-parental height.

Larry A. Greenbaum, et al. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2011 January;6(1):14-21.
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Figure 3.

Figure 3. From: The Association between Abnormal Birth History and Growth in Children with CKD.

Multivariate CKD diagnosis-specific repeated measures analyses of abnormal birth history exposures on age-sex-specific weight z-scores. Point estimates of the mean differences (bG) and 95% CIs in age-sex-specific weight z-scores comparing those with the indicated abnormal birth exposure to those without the birth abnormality among those with a glomerular diagnosis of CKD are indicated by the diamond-shaped points and dashed vertical lines, respectively. Point estimates of the mean differences (bNG) and 95% CIs in age-sex-specific weight z-scores comparing those with the indicated abnormal birth exposure to those without the birth abnormality among those with a nonglomerular diagnosis of CKD are indicated by the diamond-shaped points and continuous vertical lines, respectively. The P values indicate the significance of any differential effects of the primary exposure on weight z-score in those with a glomerular diagnosis of CKD compared with those with a nonglomerular diagnosis (i.e., is bGbNG). All analyses were adjusted for sex, race, age, percentage of life with CKD, and mid-parental height.

Larry A. Greenbaum, et al. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2011 January;6(1):14-21.

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