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Q. Frisium is an anticonvulsant? Why do some doctors advise to tapper Frisium before two years of the convulsion-free period?

Teaching Files/ Grand Rounds

A female full-term newborn, with 26 days of age, was brought to the Emergency Department for edema and right nipple redness with a 2-day evolution; the mother reported discomfort since that day. Pregnancy and delivery were uneventful. No fever, nippl ...
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Diagnostic Dilemma

A 3 years old boy is found to have dry gangrene of right index finger, left little finger and 2nd and 3rd left toe. He had fever for 3 months and an erythematous rash 15 days ago.
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Q. Do all antenatally diagnosed cleft lip and palate require further genetic testing?
  • Yes, as it can be associated with various syndromes....
  • No, as most of the times it is an isolated physical condition. ...
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