ea0065p124 | Bone and calcium | SFEBES2019
, Khan Huma
, Humayun Malik Asif
61-year-old previously fit and healthy female presented with one-week history of confusion and altered consciousness. There was no history of fever, headache or limb weakness. She was dehydrated, Glasgow Coma Scale score was 11/15, pupils were equal and reactive to light bilaterally and rest of examination was unremarkable. Initial investigations are outlines in Table 1. X-ray-chest showed mediastinal lymphadenopathy and CT head was unremarkable. She was initially treated for ...