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Figure: Close relation between predicted IQ (pIQ) at 4 years of age and birth weight / head circumference ratio (W/HC) (z-score units) in 5,301 newborns (Jensen A, Neuhäuser G. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xagr.2023.100219).
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