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8. References and resources


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Bandini LG, Schneller DA, Fukagana NK, et al. Body composition and energy expenditure in adolescents with cerebral palsy or myelodysplasia. Pediatr Res 1991; 29:70-72.

Cassidy SB. Prader-Willi syndrome. J Med Genetics 1997; 34(11):917-923.

Cloud HH. Impact of legislation on nutrition services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Top Clin Nutr 1993; 8(4):1-4.

Corwin DS, Isaacs JS, Georgeson KE, et al. Weight and length increases in children after gastrostomy placement. J Am Diet Assoc 1996; 96(9): 874-879.

Eiholzer U, Weber R, Stutz K, et al. Effect of 6 months of growth hormone treatment in young children with Prader-Willi syndrome. Acta Paediatrica Supplement 1997; 423:66-68.

Harris AB, Blyler EM, Baer MT. Nutrition Strategies for Children with Special Needs. 1999. University of Southern California, University Affiliated Program. Center for Child Development and Developmental Disabilities, Childrens Hospital Los Angeles.

Nardella M, et al. Nutrition Interventions for Children with Special Health Care Needs 2001. Washington State Department of Health.

Pueschel SM. General health care and therapeutic approaches. in: Pueschel SM, Pueschel JK, Eds. Biomedical concerns in persons with Down Syndrome. 1992. Baltimore:Paul H. Brooks Publishing Co.

Roe DA. Drug and Nutrient Interactions. 1989. Chicago, IL: American Dietetic Association.

Stallings VA, Cronk CE, Zemme BS, et al. Body composition in children with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. J Pediatr 1995; 126(5 pt 1):833-839.

Story M, Holt K, Sofka D, Eds. Bright Futures in Practice: Nutrition. 2000. Arlington, VA. National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health.

Unonu JN, Johnson AA. Feeding patterns, food energy, nutrient intakes and anthropometric measures of selected black preschool children with Down syndrome. J Am Diet Assoc 1992; 92(7):856-858.

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