Laboratory data included a hemoglobin level of 107 g/L, platelet count of 376×109/L, and white blood cell count of 10.3×109/L, with a normal differential cell count. Serum electrolytes, serum urea nitrogen, creatinine, serum transaminase, and amylase levels were all within normal limits. The chest radiograph revealed diffuse mild interstitial disease. Abdominal ultrasonography showed multiple small hypoechogenic foci within a normal-sized spleen and a normal-appearing liver, kidney, and pancreas. Abdominal computed tomography showed multiple small low-attenuation foci within the spleen, left lobe of the liver, and both kidneys (Figure 1).