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Can teen have delayed growth?

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Yes: We see delayed puberty very often in our pediatric endocrine clinics.
Dr. Samuel Freedman
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Growth delay: It is common for teens to have late growth and development. A simple x- ray of the left hand called a bone age radiograph can differentiate late development and growth from no further growth likely.

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