ea0015p55 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2008
, Walker Neil
, Vincent Alex
, Karavitaki Niki
, Wass John
A 62-year-old lady was referred to our Department with a nine-month history of facial swelling, easy bruising, and centripetal weight gain. She had a longstanding history of depression, hypertension, and osteoarthritis. She was taking citalopram, buspirone, atenolol and bendrofluazide. A few months earlier she had received bilateral intra-articular knee injections at her local hospital for arthritic pain. On examination she had thin skin with multiple bruises, facial puffiness...