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The tallest man and the shortest women in the world

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Pituitary gigantism, a disorder in which the body produces too much growth hormone, is the source of Kosen’s enormous height. Kosen walks with crutches due to spinal problems. In 2010, he underwent surgery to remove a lesion on his pituitary gland, which halted his rapid growth. Amge, an Indian actress, suffers with achondroplasia, a kind of dwarfism. On her 18th birthday, Dec. 16, 2011, she was officially crowned the world’s shortest lady. Amge made her big screen debut in 2014, in the fourth season of American Horror Story: Freak Show, portraying circus performer Ma Petite. She’s also made appearances in Indian reality shows. The two world record holders had never met before the trip and regarded it as a “dream come true” to be in Egypt. Mr Sultan was the first guy over eight feet (2.43m) in more than 20 years to be measured by Guinness World Records. He was the world’s tallest living man for the first time in 2009, when he stood 2.47 meters tall. Since then, he has increased in stature.
Pituitary gigantism is a syndrome in which the brain produces abnormally enormous amounts of growth hormone from the pituitary gland, resulting in his height.
He was the world’s tallest living man for the first time in 2009, when he stood 2.47 meters tall. Since then, he has increased in stature. Pituitary gigantism is a syndrome in which the brain produces abnormally enormous amounts of growth hormone from the pituitary gland, resulting in his height.

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