ISSN 0269-5022 (Print); ISSN 1365-3016 (Online)
Gestational age estimation on United States livebirth certificates: a historical overview
Wier, Megan L.; Pearl, Michelle; Kharrazi, Martin
United States vital statistics and the measurement of gestational age
Martin, Joyce A.
Menstrual versus clinical estimate of gestational age dating in the United States: temporal trends and variability in indices of perinatal outcomes
Ananth, Cande V.
Trends and differentials in higher-birthweight infants at 28–31 weeks of gestation, by race and Hispanic origin, United States, 1990–2002
Kirmeyer, Sharon E. W.; Martin, Joyce A.
Effects of different data-editing methods on trends in race-specific preterm delivery rates, United States, 1990–2002
Qin, Cheng; Dietz, Patricia M.; England, Lucinda J.; Martin, Joyce A.; Callaghan, William M.
Assessing the quality of last menstrual period date on California birth records
Pearl, Michelle; Wier, Megan L.; Kharrazi, Martin
A comparison of LMP-based and ultrasound-based estimates of gestational age using linked California livebirth and prenatal screening records
Dietz, Patricia M.; England, Lucinda J.; Callaghan, William M.; Pearl, Michelle; Wier, Megan L.; Kharrazi, Martin
Birthweight distributions by gestational age: comparison of LMP-based and ultrasound-based estimates of gestational age using data from the Swedish Birth Registry
Gestational age estimates from singleton births conceived using assisted reproductive technology
Callaghan, William M.; Schieve, Laura A.; Dietz, Patricia M.
The research implications of the selection of a gestational age estimation method
Lynch, Courtney D.; Zhang, Jun
Multiple imputation for national public-use datasets and its possible application for gestational age in United States Natality files
Parker, Jennifer D.; Schenker, Nathaniel