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Oxandrolone in low dose for constitutional delay of growth and puberty in boys.
  1. R Stanhope,
  2. C G Brook

    Abstract

    Twenty four boys with delayed pubertal growth spurt were treated with oxandrolone (2.5 mg daily) for 0.21 to 0.65 years. The mean increment of growth velocity was 4.4 cm/year during treatment, which was maintained at 3.7 cm/year after treatment. There was no significant change in height for bone age standard deviation scores.

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