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Growth hormone stimulation tests

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Description of Growth hormone stimulation tests

Growth hormone stimulation tests: A test that measures the level of human growth hormone in the blood plasma after the patient has been given a particular amino acid and/or a growth-releasing hormone i.e. assesses the pituitary's ability to produce growth hormone.

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