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During the growth years, some children produce too much GH (growth hormones). This hypersecretion (overproduction) can cause the long bones to grow unusually long and result in the condition known as giantism. In adults, hypersecretion of GH causes the bones of the hands and face to thicken, resulting in the condition known as acromegaly.

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