If a boy is age 16.5 with a height of 5'6" that hasn't changed in a very long time (and bone age that is normal to slightly advanced), can intervention with human growth hormone, aromatase inhibitors, and testosterone induce a growth spurt to 5'10" before fusion of growth plates? This case is an anomaly especially because rate of growth has been very slow throughout the lifespan, secondary sexual characteristics are delayed (i.e. voice deepening and facial hair), and whatever height has been achieved has never been in drastic amounts (i.e. clothing from middle school is still being worn in high school) but bone age is actually advanced so constitutional growth delay is ruled out. It is known that the subject has Hashimoto's Thyroiditis but it is unknown whether it affected growth. Tests show IGF-1 and testosterone at the low end of normal, while other panels are all normal. MRI of the pituitary shows normal. No adrenal tests or HGH stimulation tests done to date.