Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0048wa7 | Workshop A: Disorders of the hypothalamus and pituitary | SFEEU2017

CSF leak with dopamine agonist

Alam Kazi , Levy Miles

A 48-year-old gentleman was admitted to AMU overnight in January’12 from eye casualty with weeks of worsening visual disturbances followed by rapid deterioration – complete loss of vision in the right eye and a temporal hemianopia on the left side but no headache.Urgent hormone profile revealed elevated prolactin 53 988 mU/l, low testosterone of 3.3, SHBG 22, LH 2, FSH 3.1, IGF1 292, satisfactory SST (0 min cortisol 213 with ACTH 10 and 30 min ...

ea0055wd5 | Workshop D: Disorders of the thyroid gland (II) | SFEEU2018

Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis and Thyroid cancer

Alam Kazi , Bhake Ragini , Levy Miles

A 40 year old lady presented to GP with few months history of palpitation, anxiety, frequent stools in April’15. Clinical examination revealed moderate sized goitre, more prominent on right side, mobile, non-tender and no lymphadenopathy. Blood tests consistent with T3 toxicosis with FT3 10 (3.5–6.5), FT4 21 (9–25), TSH <0.05 (0.3–5.0) and thyroid peroxidase antibody positive at 562 IU/ml (0–60). Initiated on Carbim...

ea0052p35 | (1) | UKINETS2017

A family of SDHB mutation and paraganglioma Alam K, Owen D, Ganatra R, Nakas A, Lloyd D, Levy MJ university hospitals of Leicester NHS trust

Alam Kazi , Owen Debbie , Ganatra Rakesh , Nakas Apostolos , Lloyd David , Levy Miles

Case presentations: Case 1: The index case is a 10 year old girl who presented episodic symptoms of feeling unwell, unexplained headache, seizure, vomiting and dehydration over a period of 8 months. She was subsequently found to have systemic hypertension which led to further investigations revealing raised plasma noradrenaline of 32 and 103.7 (NR 0–5 nmol/). US abdomen suggested bilateral pheochromocytoma but an MIBG showed unilateral left sided increased uptake. She und...

ea0059p043 | Bone and calcium | SFEBES2018

Conventional treatment of chronic hypoparathyroidism results in suboptimal calcium homeostasis

Alam Kazi M , Bazil Ahmad , Kanani Trisha , Lorde Nathan , Rahman Faizanur , Patel Prashanth , Gupta Pankaj , Greening James , Tziaferi Vaya , Shenoy Savitha , Bhake Ragini C , Levy Miles J , Reddy Narendra L

Background: Conventional treatment for chronic hypoparathyroidism (CHP) is Vitamin-D analogues and calcium supplementation, not replacement of lacking hormone, as done in other hormone-deficiency states.Objectives: Retrospective evaluation of CHP management in line with European Society of Endocrinology Guideline was undertaken, to assess adequacy of calcium-homeostasis and morbidity.Methodology: Retrospective case-note and electro...