Oct 01, 2007 · Age at maximum height seems to be an independent risk factor for breast cancer that is more strongly associated with relatively aggressive tumors that have a poorer prognosis compared with the types of tumors that are associated with ages at menarche and first full-term birth. (Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev 2007;16(10):2144–9)Cited by: 63. However, the combination of advanced bone age and early onset of menarche led to a mean (SD) final height of 172.9 (5.7) cm in women. This is within the normal range for the population. Most of the men also attained a final height (mean, 184.3 cm; SD, 6.0) within the normal range, although exceptions were more likely in men than in women.Cited by: 55.
December 1974 838 The Journal of P E D I A T R I C S Prediction of adult height of gMs from age of menarche and height at menarche Rose E. Friseh* and J. Stevan Nagel, Cambridge, Mass. WE PRESENT A NOMOGRAM (Fig. 1) and the predic- tion equation on which it is based, for the prediction of the height of a girl at age 18 years from her age and height at menarche.Cited by: 9. Prediction of adult height from height, bone age, and occurrence of menarche, at ages 4 to 16 with allowance for midparent height. J M Tanner, R H Whitehouse, W A Marshall, and B S Carter. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version.Cited by: 351.
Forty percent of these total effects were mediated through adult-attained height. Conclusion: Early menarche was associated with reduced adult lung function. This is the first study to investigate.