Dandy-Walker variant with precocious puberty: a rare association

Rajesh Rajput, Sanat Mishra, Parul Ahlawat, Pawan Kumar Yadav
BMJ Case Reports 2018 November 28, 11 (1)
Precocious puberty is characterised by premature appearance of secondary sexual characteristics before the age of 7 years in girls and 9 years in boys. Dandy-Walker malformation comprises a spectrum of intracranial malformations of the posterior fossa. We present a case of a 7-year-old male child who has presented with features of central precocious puberty and on further evaluation has been found to have Dandy-Walker variant and secondary hypothyroidism. The following case report describes this association which is extremely rare and has never been described in literature.

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