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44th Meeting of the British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes

Oral Communications

Oral Communications 3- CME

ea0045oc3.1 | Oral Communications 3- CME | BSPED2016

A case of rare type of Rickets with unidentified genetic aetiology

Arya Ved Bhushan , Brain Caroline , Allgrove Jeremy

A 3-years-old young girl, born to Caucasian non-consanguineous parents, presented with bowed legs, noticed since the age of 18-months. She had no significant past medical or family history. On examination, her height was −1.3 SDS (Mid parental height +1.87 SDS). She had widened wrists, genu varum and rachitic rosary. She had areas of skin hyperpigmentation on left forearm and anterior thigh.Investigations showed low 25-OH Vitamin D (35 nmol/l), nor...

ea0045oc3.2 | Oral Communications 3- CME | BSPED2016

A rare cause of rickets

Uday Suma , Shaw Nick

Introduction: Nutritional rickets due to vitamin D and dietary calcium deficiency is common in the UK. However, nutritional rickets secondary to hypophosphataemia is rare. We present a rare case of hypophosphataemic rickets secondary to use of hydrolysed infant formula.Case description: A 4 month old infant presented to ED with breathing difficulty. He was diagnosed to have bronchiolitis and admitted for further management.He was b...