TABLE 1

Clinical Characteristics of Patients With Pubertal Gynecomastia and Control Patients

CharacteristicPatients With Pubertal Gynecomastia (n = 39)Control Patients (n = 20)
Age, mo158.2 ± 11.7159.4 ± 13.1
Height, cm157.9 ± 8.4158.2 ± 7.1
Weight, kg50.5 ± 14.651.9 ± 8.9
BMI19.9 ± 3.920.6 ± 3.1
BMI-for-age percentile, n (%)
    1–249 (23.1)2 (10)
    25–7517 (43.6)10 (50)
    76–10013 (33.3)8 (40)
Family history of pubertal gynecomastia12 (30.7)4 (20)
Left testis, mL12.8 ± 4.213.1 ± 4.5
Right testis, mL12.8 ± 4.212.6 ± 4.3
Average of testis volumes considering the bigger testis, mL12.8 ± 4.113.2 ± 4.4
SPL, cm9.3 ± 1.49.8 ± 1.9
  • Data are presented as mean ± SD unless otherwise indicated. P > .05 for all comparisons.