Incidence of gynaecomastia in 954 young males and its relationship to somatometric parameters.

@article{Georgiadis1994IncidenceOG,
  title={Incidence of gynaecomastia in 954 young males and its relationship to somatometric parameters.},
  author={Efstratios Georgiadis and L Papandreou and C Evangelopoulou and Constantin F. Aliferis and C. Lymberis and C Panitsa and Menalaos L Batrinos},
  journal={Annals of human biology},
  year={1994},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={
          579-87
        }
}
The incidence of gynaecomastia was evaluated in 954 healthy young men aged 18-26 years, and was correlated with several somatometric parameters (height, weight, testes size, eye colour, scalp hair colour, scalp hair density, acne, density and extent of body hair). Gynaecomastia (> 2 cm breast tissue) was found in 40.5% (bilateral 85%, left 7.8%, right 7.2%) of the subjects. Highly statistically significant differences were found between subjects with or without gynaecomastia in their weight (79… CONTINUE READING
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