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ea0082p10 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2022

Familial hypocalciuric hypercalcaemia or multiple endocrine neoplasia 1? – when assay interference challenges the diagnosis

Vanderpant Natalie , D Boyle Luke , Bech Paul , Mitchell Catherine , Tan Tricia , Morganstein Daniel L

Case history: An asymptomatic 26-year-old female was found to have hypercalcaemia with an associated normal PTH and vitamin D deficiency on blood tests in primary care. She was referred to the endocrinology clinic for further assessment. There was no history of renal calculi, constipation or fractures. The patient was taking the combined oral contraceptive pill only. There was a family history of hypercalcaemia, with an uncle affected in his 50s and a first cousin in his 20s. ...