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Q. What should be a line of management in a child who is suffering from febrile convulsion beyond five years of age Child is otherwise neurologically intact.
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Teaching Files/ Grand Rounds

A 9-month-old boy born of non consanguineous marriage presented with progressive abdominal distension with prominent abdominal veins since 2 months of age. He was born at full term and had achieved milestones appropriately for age. On examination, he ...
How common is Caroli’s syndrome in infancy? How to manage this case?
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Diagnostic Dilemma

A 2-year-old girl born of non-consanguineous marriage presented with abdominal distension and jaundice for 3 days. There was no history of previous jaundice or blood transfusion, and the child had no fever at present. She was diagnosed to have an atrial septal defect but was not on any medications. ...
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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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