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 differentialsReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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