postpubescent


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postpubescent

 [pōst″pu-bes´ent]
after puberty.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt),
Subsequent to the period of puberty.

postpubescent

/post·pu·bes·cent/ (pōst″pu-bes´ent) postpubertal.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt)
Subsequent to the period of puberty.
Synonym(s): postpuberal, postpubertal.

post·pu·bes·cent

(pōst'pyū-bes'ĕnt)
Subsequent to the period of puberty.

postpubescent

after puberty.
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