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excessive secretion of growth hormone can cause growth abnormalities, in children and adolescent it causes gigantism wherein there is abnormal height increase that may cause weakening of bones, while in adult excessive growth hormone can cause a condition called acromegaly where there is bone thickening and deformation
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