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Clinical Significance of Cone-shaped Epiphysis and Brachymesophalangia of the Fifth Middle Phalanx in Korean Children with Normal Short Stature.
Yun Hye Jung, Eun Jung Choi, Im Jeong Choi, Su Young Hong, Jae Ho Yoo
Ann Pediatr Endocrinol Metab. 2009;14(1):45-51.

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Bilateral asymmetry in cone epiphysis of the middle phalanx, fifth finger
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Circadian variation of plasma cortisol in prepubertal children with normal stature, short stature and growth hormone deficiency
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Differences in Dietary Intakes between Normal and Short Stature Korean Children Visiting a Growth Clinic
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Brachymesophalangia-5 without cone-epiphysis mid-5 in Down's syndrome
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Comparison of Body Image, Self-Esteem and Behavior Problems between Children of Short and Normal Stature
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Growth Hormone Therapy in Short Stature Children
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Growth hormone: panacea or punishment for short stature?
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