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A 2-year-old child is being evaluated for limb-length and girth discrepancy. As a newborn, the patient was large for gestational age and had hypoglycemia. Current examination shows enlargement of the entire right side of the body, including the right lower extremity and foot. The skin shows no abnormal markings, and the neurologic examination is normal. The spine appears normal. Radiographs confirm a 2-cm discrepancy in the lengths of the lower extremities. Additional imaging studies should include
bone age of the left wrist.
MRI of the spine.
MRI of the brain.
renal and abdominal ultrasonography.
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