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Forty patients of idiopathic hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (12 anosmic, 28 euosmic) were evaluated clinically and response to treatment assessed. Associated anomalies were gynaecomastia in 10 cases, obesity in seven cases, cryptorchidism in four cases and extra midline teeth in two cases. The details of the different parameters used in the present study in euosmic and anosmic groups were found to be statistically not significant. Odd radio between treated/untreated cases at the time of study was also not significant. Almost all patients on treatment (except one) responded well to androgens.