ea0015p212 | Neuroendocrinology and behaviour | SFEBES2008
, Hay Cathy
History: A 36 year old gentleman was referred to the endocrine clinic with symptoms of fatigue, absent libido and erectile dysfunction. He had a previous history of pulmonary sarcoidosis in 2000 and he was taking no medications. Examination revealed a known Right sided Horners syndrome and no other abnormality.Investigations: Testosterone 1.8 nmol/l, FSH and LH<0.5, Prolactin 798 mU/l, Cortisol 507 nmol/l, ACE 67 (4760 IU/l), CSF protein ...