Puberty and its disorders

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Recent clinical and biochemical discoveries bring insight into normal and abnormal puberty. Analogues of gonadotropin-releasing hormone are used for diagnosis and therapy and shed light on normal physiologic processes of puberty. Insight into the etiology of unique disorders of puberty arises from recent molecular biology studies. Clinical studies using modem assay techniques supplement the information first presented decades ago.

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