Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0015p182 | Endocrine tumours and neoplasia | SFEBES2008

Pheochromocytoma: a rare but important cause of hypertension in pregnancy

Nethaji Chidambaram , Baynes Chris

Hypertension in pregnancy is common and is usually caused by preeclampsia. Catecholamine-producing tumours are very infrequent in pregnancy, but a high index of suspicion is needed to detect this condition with high maternal and foetal mortality.We report a case of undiagnosed pheochromocytoma, complicated by multisystem failure.A 32-year-old lady during her second pregnancy was referred to the obstetricians with hypertension at 26...

ea0048we3 | Workshop E: Disorders of the gonads | SFEEU2017

Clomiphene-induced pregnancies following secondary infertility and amenorrhoea, with puerperal alactogenesis

Freudenthal Bernard , Russell Sabina , Baynes Chris

History: A 38-year-old Afghan lady was referred for investigation of secondary amenorrhoea. She had had no menstrual periods since her first spontaneous pregnancy, except when recently taking a combined oral contraceptive pill (COCP). When living abroad, she conceived on three further occasions with clomiphene induction, resulting in two live births and one miscarriage. In addition, it was noted that she had never been able to breast-feed any of her children. She did not have ...