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A 40-day-old infant presented with pallor and poor food intake, and was found to have normochromic normocytic anaemia and mild neutrophil leucocytosis. As late-onset sepsis was suspected, antibiotic therapy was started, with clinical improvement within 7 days, but haemoglobin levels remained below 8 g/dL. There was no evidence of bleeding or haemolysis, and no response to iron supplementation and a 4-week cow's milk protein elimination diet, and she was referred to our centre at 2.5 months of age.
Abdominal MRI showed a vast pseudonodular mass involving and …