Источники медицинской литературы, использованные при написании статьи «Питание плода: программирование ожирения» авторами Ф. Х. Дзгоевой, к. м. н., врачом высшей категории, эндокринологом-диетологом отделения терапии с группой патологии метаболизма и ожирения ФБУ «Эндокринологический научный Центр» РФ, членом Европейского Атеросклеротического общества и Европейского общества клинической нутрициологии и метаболизма и Ж. Л. Чабаидзе, к. м. н., доцентом кафедры неонатологии ГБОУ ДПО РМАПО Минздрава России.

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