Further Reading

Ani C, Grantham-McGregor S, and Muller D (2000) Nutritional supplementation in Down's syndrome: Theoretical considerations and current status. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 42: 207-213.

Antila E, Westermarck T, Huovinen K, Lehto J, and Johansson E (1996) Indications for nutritional supplementation in Down's syndrome, 10th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities. Trends in Biomedicine in Finland 7(supple-ment): 50-53.

Bell EJ, Haidonis J, and Townsend GC (2002) Tooth wear in children with Down's syndrome. Australian Dental Journal 47(1): 30-35.

Chumlea WC and Cronk CE (1981) Overweight among children with trisomy 21. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research 25: 275-280.

Clementi M, Calzolari E, Turolla L, Volpato S, and Tenconi R (1990) Neonatal growth patterns in a population of consecutively born Down syndrome children. American Journal of Medical Genetics 7(supplement): 71-74.

Cremers MJG, van der Tweel I, Boersma B, Wit JM, and Zonderland M (1996) Growth curves of Dutch children with Down's syndrome. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 40(5): 412-420.

Cronk CE (1978) Growth of children with Down's syndrome: Birth to age three years. Pediatrics 61: 564-568.

Cronk C, Crocker AC, Pueschel SM et al. (1988) Growth charts for children with Down's syndrome: 1 month to 18 years of age. Pediatrics 81(1): 102-110.

Hennequin M, Faulks D, Veyrune JL, and Bourdiol P (1999) Significance of oral health in persons with Down syndrome: A literature review. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 41: 275-283.

Hewitt P and Smith D (1983) Down's syndrome‚ÄĒNutritional aspects. In: Macrea K, Robinson RK, and Sadler MJ (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Food Science, Food Technology and Nutrition, vol. 2, London: Academic Press.

Lejeune J (1990) Pathogenesis of mental deficiency in trisomy 21. American Journal of Medical Genetics 7(supplement): 20-30.

Pipes PL (1988) Feeding management of children with Down syndrome. In: Dmitriev V and Oelwein P (eds.) Advances in Down's Syndrome. Seattle: Special Child Publications.

Piro E, Pennino C, Cammarata M et al. (1990) Growth charts of Down syndrome in Sicily: Evaluation of 382 children 0-14 years of age. American Journal of Medical Genetics 7(supplement): 66-70.

Prasher VP (1995) Overweight and obesity amongst Down's syndrome adults. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 39(5): 437-441.

Pruess JB, Fewell RR, and Bennett FC (1989) Vitamin therapy and children with Down syndrome: A review of research. Exceptional Children 55(4): 336-341.

Prader-Willi Syndrome

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