Acute lymphoblastic leukemia: an unusual cause of nephromegaly in infancy.

We present here an infant who had acute lymphoblastic leukemia with massively enlarged kidneys due to leukemic infiltrates. A 7-month-old girl child presented with complaints of low grade fever and coryza for 6 days. The mother noticed angular deviation of mouth and tongue to right side for the past 4 days and decreased movements of right upper limb for… CONTINUE READING