CDG

(redirected from Constitutional Delay of Growth)
AcronymDefinition
CDGCaisse de Dépôt et de Gestion (French; Moroccan federal depository)
CDGCentre de Gestion
CDGCDMA Development Group
CDGCompact Disc Plus Graphics
CDGC++ Documentation Generator
CDGCommanding
CDGCenter for Digital Government (Folsom, CA)
CDGCentre for Democratic Governance (various locations)
CDGCzech Digital Group
CDGCongenital Disorder of Glycosylation
CDGCarbohydrate-Deficient Glycoprotein
CDGChris Duarte Group (band)
CDGCave Diving Group (UK)
CDGComme Des Garcon
CDGCompagnie des Garages (French car company)
CDGParis, France - Charles De Gaulle (Airport Code)
CDGCareer Development Grant (various organizations)
CDGConsumer Digital Imaging Group (Eastman Kodak Company)
CDGChristian-Doppler-Forschungsgesellschaft (German: Christian Doppler Research Association )
CDGCapacitance Diaphragm Gauge
CDGControl Dependence Graph
CDGCompetitive Development Group
CDGCompact Disk + Graphics
CDGConcept Development Group
CDGCentre des Droits des Gens (French: Centre for People’s Rights; Morocco)
CDGCompletely Decomposed Granite
CDGCasting Directors' Guild (cinema)
CDGControlled Demolition Group (contractor; UK)
CDGComponent-Dependency Graph
CDGCoverage Directed Generation
CDGConstitutional Delay of Growth
CDGContext-Dependent Grammar
CDGCustomer Development Group
CDGCarl Duisberg Gesellschaft eV
CDGCoder-Decoder Group
CDGCultural Development Group
CDGChambres de Guérison (French: Healing Rooms)
CDGChemical Defense Group
CDGClassical Differential Geometry
CDGCountry Development Group
CDGClimate Dynamics Group
CDGCornerstone Development Group, LLC (Hampton, VA)
CDGCentre Downwash Generating (aerodynamics, fluid dynamics, automotive)
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The role of gene defects underlying isolated hypogonadotropic hypogonadism in patients with constitutional delay of growth and puberty.
An approach to constitutional delay of growth and puberty.
sup][1] The most common cause of delayed puberty was a constitutional delay of growth and puberty (CDP), which affected 53% of the patients (63% of males and 30% of females).
Evidence for hypermetabolism in boys with constitutional delay of growth and maturation.
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