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1. An alert pediatric intern notices that a neonate with dysmorphic facies is twitching abnormally. As he watches, the baby experiences a seizure. Stat laboratories indicate a glucose of 90, serum sodium of 140, serum potassium of 4.2 and serum calcium of 3.9. Over the next several months, the child is admitted to the hospital twice for Candida infections, and once for a viral exanthem. Which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?
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