Unusual Case of Pubertal Gynaecomastia
AbstractA 13-year-old Indian boy presented with progressive non-painful enlargement of bilateral breasts for 2 years. (Figure 1) There was no history of any drug intake that could lead to gynaecomastia with no significant past medical history. His BMI was 28.5 kg/m2, no icterus, no stigmata of liver disease, acanthosis was present, sexual maturity rating P1 A1, and stretched penile length was 5 cm, testicular volume 3 ml bilaterally of normal consistency; with a bone age of 13 years and a disc diameter of 6 cm bilaterally
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