Growth Analysis 
Growth Charts 
Growth Charts for General Populations 
Compendium of growth chart information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, including chart data from both the CDC and the World Health Organization. Includes downloadable data and background information on the use of growth charts in practice. Includes printable formats in English, French, and Spanish.
Charts derived from the WHO Multicentre Growth Reference Study, plus background on their use and software for growth analysis.
Proposes a new type of growth chart that plots BMI againt the usual isobars PLUS an additional set that represent multiples of the 95th percentile for age/gender (x 1.1, x 1.2, x 1.3, etc.)
Head Circumference Norms for Older Children 
Based on U.S. data from the late 40's through mid-60's.
Growth Charts for Specific Ethnicities 
Growth Charts for Special Populations 
Achondroplasia Growth Charts 
Includes a variety of types of dwarfism, including achondroplasia, cartilage hair hypoplasia, diastrophic dysplasia, morquio syndrome, osteogenesis imperfecta, pseudoachondroplasia, and spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia.
Down Syndrome Growth Charts 
Noonan Syndrome Growth Charts 
Growth charts from Novo Nordisk.
Noonan syndrome: growth and clinical manifestations in 144 cases.
Williams Syndrome Growth Charts 
New height, weight and head circumference charts for British children with Williams syndrome.
Other Syndromic Growth Charts 
From the MAGIC Foundation. Adapted from Eur J Pediatr. 1995 Dec;154(12):958-68
Charts based on gender and Gross Motor Function Classification System
Curves for waist circumference, total cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, triglycerides, and HDL cholesterol for U.S. children
Neonatal and Premature Infant Growth Charts 
Equations describing percentiles for birth weight, head circumference, and length of preterm infants
Smoothed, gender-specific curves for premature infants, based on a meta-analysis of preternm growth studies. The article offers printable growth charts, and the author offers access to data for electronic implementation. BMC Pediatrics 2013 13:59.
Includes growth charts of 2 patients, demonstrating typical patterns of preterm growth.
Computational Methods 
Parameters (L, M, and S) and formulae to allow plotting of growth curves and conversion of extreme measurements to z-scores (standard deviations from the mean).
Clinical Issues and Historical Background in Growth Analysis 
Important cautions to consider in the use of published, condition-specific growth curves.
Early recognition of the difference in growth patterns due to differences in diet among normal infants.
Demonstrates that crossing so-called major percentiles is a common, normal occurrence in healthy children.
How growth charts in electronic medical records ought to work, based on experience implementing one. Table 1, Desiderata for Management and Representation of Pediatric Growth in an EHR System, crystallizes the functional requirements.
Early mention of the use of growth charts as a standard tool in pediatrics.
How growth charts in electronic medical records ought to work, based on experience implementing one. Table 1, Desiderata for Management and Representation of Pediatric Growth in an EHR System, crystallizes the functional requirements. 3
A look at how practitioners are using growth charts in the electronic age, showing surprisingly low rates of electronic growth chart use (as compared to paper charts maintained separately).