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In a sample of 2165 children examined in the US National Center for Health Statistics Health Examination Surveys on two occasions separated by about 4 years (cycle II [1963-1965] at ages 6 to 12 and cycle III [1966-1970] at ages 12 to 17), children with blood pressure consistently in the highest quintile were taller, heavier, more obese, had greater bone age, greater numbers of permanent teeth, and were more sexually mature than their peers. Relationships between selected measures and systolic blood pressure quintiles at each cycle are depicted.

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