Acromegaly is a hormonal disorder characterised by abnormal bone growth, enlarged hands and feet, and thickened, enlarged face.1 Learn more about this rare endocrine disease, its diagnosis and the different treatment options available.
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New cases of acromegaly per year per million population.
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