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Caffey's disease usually remits spontaneously, and thus requires no therapy.
Ultimately, the patient's fever, physical findings, and failure to thrive can all be explained by a diagnosis of Caffey's disease.
Sporadic congenital Caffey's disease. Clin Pediatr 1987; 26(4):177-80.