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Judith G. Hall - bibliography

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American human geneticist, born July 3, 1939, Boston.


  • J. G. Hall:
    In vitro fetal hemoglobin synthesis.
    Thesis for master of science degree.
  • T.J. Merimee, J. G. Hall, D. Rabinowitz, V.A. McKusick and D.L. Rimoin:
    An unusual variety of endocrine dwarfism: subresponsiveness to growth hormone in a sexually mature dwarf.
    Lancet, London, 1968, 2: l9l-l93.
  • T.J. Merimee, J.G. Hall, D.L. Rimoin and V.A. McKusick:
    A metabolic and hormonal basis for classifying ateliotic dwarfs.
    Lancet, London, 1969, l: 963-965.
  • W. A. Horton, J. I. Potter, D. L. Rimoin, C.I. Scott, J. G. Hall:
    Standard growth curves for achondroplasia.
    Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, 1978, 93: 435-438
  • J. G. Hall:
    An approach to congenital contractures (arthrogryposis).
    Pediatric Annals, July 1981, 1025(7): 15-26.
  • J. G. Hall, S. D. Reed, C. I. Scott:
    Three distinct types of X-linked arthrogryposis seen in 6 families.
    Clinical Genetics, Copenhagen, February 1982, 21(2): 81-97.
  • J. G. Hall, S. D. Reed, G. Green:
    The distal arthrogryposes: delineation of new entities--review and nosologic discussion.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, February 1982: 185-239.
  • J. G. Hall, S. D. Reed, E. P. Driscoll:
    Part I. Amyoplasia: a common, sporadic condition with congenital contractures.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York, August 1983, 15(4): 571-90.
  • J. G. Hall, S. D. Reed, B. C. McGillivray:
    Part II. Amyoplasia: twinning in amyoplasia--a specific type of arthrogryposis with an apparent excess of discordantly affected identical twins.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics, New York , August 1983, 15(4): 591-9.
  • J. G. Hall:
    An approach to research on congenital contractures.
    Birth Defects Original Article Series, New York, 1984; 20(6): 8-30.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Genetic aspects of arthrogryposis.
    Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, Philadelphia, 1985 April (194): 44-53.
  • J. G. Hall, Ursula G. Froster-Iskenius and Judith E. Allanson:
    Handbook of Normal Physical Measurements.
    Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1989.
    Discuss how to collect physical measurements and includes charts and graphs showing the range growth and variation.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Arthrogryposes (multiple congenital contractures).
    In Principles and Practice of Medical Genetics 1990; II: 989-1035.
  • Roger E. Stevenson, Judith G. Hall and Richard M. Goodman, editors:
    Human Malformation and Related Anomalies.
    Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993.
    Or: Human Malformations and Associated Anomalies
  • Klemp, Patrick, and Judith G. Hall:
    Dominant Distal Arthrogryposis in a Maori Family With Marked Variability of Expression.
    American Journal of Medical Genetics 55 (1995): 414-419.
  • J. G. Hall, E. Lopez-Rangel:
    Twins and Twinning.
    In: Emery and Rimoin's Principles and Practice of Medical Genetics: Vol 1 (3rd ed) pp 395-404, eds DL Rimoin, JM Connor, RE Pyeritz. Churchill Livingstone, New York, 1996.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Arthrogryposis Multiple Congenital Contractures.
    In: Emery and Rimoin's Principles and Practice of Medical Genetics, Vol 1 (3rd ed) pp 2869-2915, eds DL Rimoin, JM Connor, RE Pyeritz. Churchill Livingstone, New York, 1996
  • J. G. Hall:
    The challenges and opportunities of times of change.
    American Journal of Human Genetics, Chicago, 1996, 58, 649-656.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Genomic imprinting: Nature and clinical relevance.
    Annual Review of Medicine, Palo Alto, 1997: 48: 35-44.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Road map for child and youth health into the 21st century: Report on the 1997 Ross Conference.
  • J. G. Hall:
    Arthrogryposis multiplex congenita: etiology, genetics, classification, diagnostic approach, and general aspects.
    Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics B, New York, 1997 July 6(3): 159-66.
  • L. T. Staheli, J. G. Hall, K. M. Kaffe, D. O. Paholke:
    Arthrogryposis: A Text Atlas.
    Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1998
  • J. G. Hall, F. Solehdin:
    Folate and its various ramifications.
    Advances in Pediatrics 45, 1-35, 1998.

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