Reliability of anthropometric measurements in children with special needs.
To determine the reliability of anthropometric and body composition measurements in children with special needs.
Specialist support schools (primary and secondary) in Manchester, UK.
53 children with moderate-to-severe learning disability; 30 non-standers (14 boys) and 23 standers (15 boys). Mean ages were 11 years (range 3–20) for non-standers and 12.4 years (range 8–19) f...Expand abstract
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