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Case Title: A 5 year old boy was brought to the pediatric unit of our hospital with complaints of fatigue, shortness of breath and recurrent upper respiratory tract infections.

Case History: A 5 year old boy was brought to the pediatric unit of our hospital with complaints of fatigue, shortness of breath and recurrent upper respiratory tract infections. The parents of the boy state that the boy is dull and often disinterested in his surroundings. The boy does not make any friends and would not play any games that involve physical activity.

In the present instance the boy developed Shortness Of Breath during the physical exercise classes in his school and complained of dizziness associated with near syncope. He was directly admitted to the hospital by the school authorities and his parents were summoned to the hospital.

The pediatrician on duty has taken the relevant history of the patient. Past history revealed recurrent pyrexial episodes and delayed developmental milestones. There was no other pertinent history. The patient was immediately referred to the cardiology unit by the attending pediatrician on suspicion of cardiac disease.

Clinical Examination

The Patient was alert and responsive, the pulse rate was 102 /min and regular, BP was 110/80.Cardiac exam showed a mild ejection systolic murmur at the left sternal border grade II.


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Chest X Ray shows Cardiomegaly, with prominent pulmonary veins
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