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  BOF: 2.19

A 17-year-old boy presents complaining that he has not begun to shave unlike his friends. There is no previous medical history of note nor is there a significant family history. On examination he is tall. The upper segment of his body is longer than the lower segment. His arm span is more than 5 cms longer than his height in metres. There is no hair on his beard and moustache area and there is no hair over his body. Pubic and axillary hair is not present. His penis is small and the testes are small as well. Apart from anosmia no other abnormalities can be detected on examination of his other systems.

In this patient, which of the following features suggests that he has hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism?

a)      Eunuchoidal proportions

b)      Small penis

c)      Small testes

d)      Absence of facial and body hair

e)      Anosmia

 

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