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Acute inpatient presentation of kwashiorkor: not just a diagnosis of the developing world.

We present the case of an infant with presumed Stevens-Johnson syndrome. Through a history, physical, and histopathology, we were able to diagnose the patient with kwashiorkor. Physicians should be aware of this disorder, which is commonly thought of as a developing world problem, because it is increasing in incidence in industrialized nations because of changing dietary habits.

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