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'''Puberty''' is described as '''delayed''' when a boy or girl has passed the usual age of onset of [[puberty]] with no physical or [[hormone|hormonal]] signs that it is beginning. Puberty may be delayed for several years and still occur normally, but delay of puberty may also occur due to [[malnutrition|undernutrition]], many forms of systemic [[disease]], or to defects of the [[reproductive system]] ([[hypogonadism]]) or the body's responsiveness to [[sex hormone]]s.
 
'''Puberty''' is described as '''delayed''' when a boy or girl has passed the usual age of onset of [[puberty]] with no physical or [[hormone|hormonal]] signs that it is beginning. Puberty may be delayed for several years and still occur normally, but delay of puberty may also occur due to [[malnutrition|undernutrition]], many forms of systemic [[disease]], or to defects of the [[reproductive system]] ([[hypogonadism]]) or the body's responsiveness to [[sex hormone]]s.
   

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