Temple syndrome (TS) is a rare imprinting disorder, caused by alterations in the critical imprinted region 14q32 of chromosome 14. It is characterized by pre- and postnatal growth retardation, truncal hypotonia and facial dysmorphism in the neonatal period. We report a 18-year-old girl with a late diagnosis presenting all typical signs and symptoms of Temple syndrome - small for gestational age at birth, feeding difficulties, muscle hypotonia and delayed developmental milestones, central precocious puberty, truncal obesity and reduced growth. The patient is the second reported in the literature with signs of clinical and biochemical hyperandrogenism and the first treated with Dehydrocortisone®, with a good response. The clinical diagnosis of this patient was achieved after a long-term follow up at a single center of rare endocrine diseases, and a molecular genetics diagnosis of complete hypomethylation of 14q32 chromosome imprinting center (DLK/GTL2) was recently established. Growth hormone (GH) treatment was not given and although precocious puberty was treated in line with standard protocols, patient’s final height remained below the target range. Increased awareness of Temple syndrome and timely molecular diagnosis enables improvement of clinical care of these patients as well as prevention of inherent metabolic consequences.Keywords: Temple syndrome (TS), late diagnosis, long-term follow-up.