ea0019p195 | Growth and development | SFEBES2009
, Varughese G
, Varadhan L
, Clayton RN
We report a 17-year-old male who presented with symptoms of absent secondary sexual characteristics, decreased appetite and infrequent non-specific abdominal pain. He had no complaints of headache, altered sense of smell or colour blindness. His other siblings had normal growth.On examination, he had normal male body habitus, height (157 cm), no gynaecomastia, axillary and beard hair (tanner stage 1) pubic hair (tanner stage 2), testes (12 ml bilaterally...