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CASE REPORT A three year old boy was admitted to our hospital with history of high grade continuous fever of three weeks duration with no associated symptoms. He had been admitted in two other hospitals prior and had been administered multiple intravenous antibiotics. There was no significant past history. Examination revealed an ill looking child with pallor, icterus, presence of small cervical and axillary lymphadenopathy (1x1 cm), hepatosplenomegaly with polyserositis manifesting as moderatedoi:10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20160182 fatcat:hpr6wkp7drcgjeepu4obt4ynvu