Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0012oc17 | Pituitary, ovary and steroids | SFE2006

Prolactinomas: all in the family?

Razvi S , Ashwell S , Korbonits M , Quinton R Quinton R

ObjectiveTo report and discuss a kindred with pathological hyperprolactinaemia.Case 1 (Proband)A 39-year old man presented in June 2003 with 3-years of erectile dysfunction (ED) and was found to have hyperprolactinaemic hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism: LH 1.0 & FSH 1.5 U/L, Testosterone 5.8 nmol/L, PRL 4154 mU/L. Pituitary function was otherwise normal. MRI demonstrated an intrasellar macroadenoma. Cabergo...

ea0029p108 | Adrenal cortex | ICEECE2012

A case of HIV presenting as primary adrenal lymphoma

Swiecicka A. , Siddaramaiah N. , Bukowczan J. , Ashwell S. , Mukhtar R. , Arutchelvam V.

Introduction: Non-HodgkinÂ’s lymphoma is an AIDS defining malignancy. However, a primary adrenal lymphoma as a presenting feature of HIV infection has not been previously reported.Case Report: A 66-year-old male presented with a short history of severe fatigue, weight loss, dizziness and nausea. Baseline blood results revealed normal biochemistry with mild normocytic anaemia, neutropaenia with lymphopaenia and the short synacthen test demonstrated in...