Persistent high fever and gall-bladder wall thickening in a child with primary Epstein-Barr viral infection.


A 3.5 year old girl presented with a history of high fever, rigors, and mild cough for 1 week. Physical examination revealed normal chest findings but gross hepatomegaly was detected. Liver function tests were abnormal and indicated biliary obstruction. Ultrasonography revealed a distended gall-bladder with increased wall thickness up to 0.6 cm. The… (More)


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