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J Adolesc Health Care. 1983 Mar;4(1):25-30.

Anorexia nervosa presenting as growth retardation in adolescents.

Abstract

Two adolescent males and one adolescent female were referred for evaluation of short stature. Extensive laboratory studies, often performed over several years, were unremarkable. After several years of observation, the diagnosis of anorexia nervosa was established. We emphasize the necessity to consider anorexia nervosa in the differential diagnosis of growth retardation in young adolescents.

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