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differential diagnosis people!

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  • Posted By: kingsley
  • October 20, 2011
  • 05:24 AM

Master X is 11months old in my teaching hospital, achieved milestone good for the seventh month, later ther. Was a gradual loss of milestone, progressive and excessive weight gain(obesed as I write) and started presenting with infantile spasms since the 7th month.On examination. Upperlimb weakness, micropenis, hypertonia in both limb, sustained clonus and extensor babinki's reflex.What are the differentials

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