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Fig 1. Cerebral palsy, quadriplegia and severe protein-calorie
malnutrition in a 12-year-old boy. A. Note the extremely thin extremities.
B. Close-up of the spasticity and extreme emaciation seen in his chest.
Fig 2. A and B. Thin, cachectic infant who isfailing to thrive due to psychosocial neglect.
C. Same infant after one month of adequate calorie intake.
Fig 3. Incomplete (A) and complete (B) cleft lip and palate in two
infants with failure to thrive due to suck and swallowing dysfunction.
|Fig 4. Hepatomegaly and growth failure in an infant who was|
found to have a glycogen storage disease. The presence of physical
findings such as hepatomegaly should raise concern for an organic
etiology for failure to thrive.
Fig 5. Hepatosplenomegaly and abdominal distension in a
young infant who has severe developmental delay. This infant was
diagnosed with Niemann-Pick syndrome, a lysosomal storage disorder.
|Fig 6. Typical growth curves seen in malnutrition (blue), growth|
hormone deficiency (red) and constitutional growth delay (yellow).
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