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Quiz of the Week: Do You Recognize the Clinical Triad in This Pediatric Patient?

Created August 11, 2017 by Figure 1
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A 3-year-old female presents to her pediatrician with a one-week history of abdominal pain and a rash. Her
mother mentions that the rash developed following recovery from an upper respiratory tract infection and that
she has also been complaining of knee pain. On examination, a purpuric rash is seen on her legs and feet.
Urinalysis reveals hematuria and proteinuria. Which of the following is most likely to be associated with this
patient’s condition?

A) Hypothyroidism
B) Hearing loss
C) Intussusception
D) Coronary artery dilatation

Find the answer, discuss this case and more on Figure 1.

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