ea0091oc5 | Oral Communications | SFEEU2023
, Dorward Neil
, Drake William M
, Brooke Antonia M
A 51-year-old gentleman presented in June 2022 with pneumobilia, staph liver abscesses and rapidly conducted atrial fibrillation requiring ITU admission. He had a 2-year history of typical Cushingoid features and hypogonadism, 4 agent hypertension since 2012, fragility fractures, previous renal calculi, pulmonary emboli and diabetes. He had not been able to walk unaided for a year (was mobilising with crutches on admission). In retrospect, he had previously had a cortisol of 7...