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Q. A 12 years old boy came from an endemic area of malaria of Bihar with a history of two episodes of malaria in the past treated by chloroquine. He just came for routine examination only, on examination he is having just papable spleen only no lymphadenopathy, no hepatomegaly. His CBC, GBP, and PS for MP are normal. What we should do for his just palpable spleen, he is otherwise asymptomatic?

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