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The morphological profile of nurslings is, among other things, a function of specific factors including the biophysiological status of the mother. The effect of this on infant body development does not seem to be sufficiently studied. The purpose of this paper is to examine the influence of mother's immunodepression on HIV on her nurslig's body growth. It covers 128 nurslings aged 1 to 24 months of whom 57 are born to serocompromised mothers and 71 are born to mothers who are notdoi:10.19044/esj.2019.v15n3p28 fatcat:lo7hbex6mbeynitxautxna7ywy