What abnormality is evident?
Bilateral adrenal gland calcification
What, broadly speaking, is the differential for adrenal calcification?
Haemorrhage, infection (esp TB), adrenal tumours (although more frequently unilateral). In an infant, Wolman disease is a possibility.
Plain abdominal radiograph shows bilateral triangular foci of calcifications near the adrenal lodge, compatible with bilateral adrenal calcifications.