Diagnostic Dilemma

Bilateral congenital pedal edema


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A 2 months old boy born of non-consanguineous marriage presented with swelling over both feet since birth. There was no increase or decrease in size of swelling. There was no breathlessness, edema elsewhere or pallor. On examination, the child had non-pitting edema of both lower limbs. Other systems were normal.

What is the diagnosis and how should this child be managed?
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Julius Maseke
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turner's syndrome
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Ahmed Elwan
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Noonan VS Turner syndrome
karyotyping
Cardiac consultation for ECHO
abdominal US

3 Days ago

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