ea0055cb9 | Additional Cases | SFEEU2018
, Simon Godwin
Case history: A 34 year old Chinese male was referred by GP as routine blood test which was done as part of investigation for ongoing hair loss that revealed hypocalcaemia. Patient was asymptomatic with no tingling sensation, numbness or anaesthesia. There was no history of carpopedal spasm, muscle pain or cramps. He does not give any history of symptoms suggestive of malabsorption. His PMH include Mild asthma and Eczema for which he was not on any regular medication. Social h...