Two cases of a syndrome of hemihypertrophy, shortness of stature, and elevated levels of urinary gonadotropins are reported. One of the children was a male, the other a female.

The hemihypertrophy and shortness of stature had been present since birth and the elevated gonadotropins were found at 5½ and 6 years, respectively.

The possible relationship to other conditions in childhood including those which also have increased gonadotropins is discussed.

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