Last updated on: February 10th, 2022

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A 3 month old boy presents with diminished upper and lower limb movements, absence of defecation, and dribbling micturition for 4 days.

His perinatal history is significant for a prolonged labour with vacuum extraction. A caput succedaneum was present at birth, but resolved spontaneously in 3 days.

His medical and family histories are unremarkable.

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