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Hepatospleenomegaly in children

Q: There is a 6 month old baby with gradual pallor, hepatospleenomegaly, generalised lymphadenopathy and occassional fever, but the general condition is satisfactory. What should be the diagnosis and treatment?

A:Unfortunately, the information provided, is not really adequate enough to come to a firm diagnosis, let alone advise treatment. The baby requires a detailed clinical evaluation with full history and then investigations. Suggest you consult a Paediatrician, for the same.

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