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The 85th, 95th, and 99th percentiles for BMI in girls (straight horizontal lines) and 95% CIs calculated from the number of subjects included at each age in the 2000 CDC growth charts.
Mean differences between self-reported and measured body size adjusted for age, socioeconomic status, and race/ethnicity, plotted against categories of the measured dimension: A, height; B, weight; C, BMI.68
Data-Collection and Management Practices for Reducing Errors for Height, Weight, and BMI
Selected Studies With Interclass Correlation Coefficients for Reported and Measured Height, Weight, and BMI According to Gender
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