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Extreme growth (particularly in height) throughout childhood or adolescence that occurs from overproduction of growth hormone by a tumour of the pituitary gland.  If left untreated, the tumour can compress other hormone-producing cells in the gland, creating symptoms of hormone deficiency. 

People with gigantism can be treated with a drug that blocks the release of growth hormone, or they can have to have radiotherapy or surgery to destroy or remove the pituitary tumour. 

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