Erythroleukemia: A Rare Case Report

Erythroleukemia: A Rare Case Report

A 4-month-old child was brought by the mother to the paediatric ward of Goa Medical College with the chief complaint of abdominal distension in the past 7 days. There was no history of fever or any drug intake. On general examination, the patient appeared pale, and there was no icterus or lymphadenopathy noted.
On systemic examination, the neurological examination was normal. The patient was conscious and alert. Abdominal examination revealed the liver was 4 centimetres below the right costal margin, firm, non-tender, and with a smooth surface. The spleen was 6 centimetres below the left costal margin, firm, extending up to umbilicus. No free fluid was noted.