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Objective Patients with acromegaly usually present with the classical signs of acromegaly, whereas patients without the specific signs or symptoms are rarely diagnosed. This unique entity can be named "subclinical acromegaly". Methods This was a retrospective study. Our study group consisted of 8 patients (6 females) with incidentally diagnosed acromegaly, most following head MRI for unrelated reasons and without the specific signs of acromegaly. Results Mean age at diagnosis was 50.1 ± 16.3doi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-639001/v1 fatcat:sv3i4du2eba3fg4rqcgpd7jgcm