ea0013p109 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2007
, Seal LJ
, Panahloo AA
A 55 year old woman presented in May 2002 with symptoms of chronic fatigue, depression, intermittent and headaches. She had a history multinodular goitre and was found to have a fT4 of 15 pmol/L (N: 1123) and TSH of 0.32 mU/L (N: 0.54). Medication was citalopram and thyroxine 50 ug once daily commenced by her GP. On examination her BMI was 24 kg/m2. She had scant body hair, was normotensive, and had normal visual fields on confrontation. Baseline investi...