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A term, 3.5-kg male neonate was referred to our hospital on day 5 of life for respiratory distress, hypoglycaemia and feed intolerance. There was no history of perinatal asphyxia or birth trauma. Investigations revealed thrombocytopaenia and coagulopathy with raised C reactive protein and leucocytosis. Chest x-ray was suggestive of pneumonia. …
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