ea0018oc3 | (1) | MES2008
, Bingham Emma
A 21-year-old female patient was referred from the eye clinic after she was noted to have bilateral papilloedema during a routine eye examination. She gave a 3 months history of intermittent headaches and fleeting episodes of profuse sweating and rash, unrelated to the headaches. She had been investigated by the GP with routine blood tests which were found to be normal.On examination, she was noted to be tachycardic at 100 beats/min and hypertensive at 1...