ea0034p72 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2014
, De Parijat
A 46-year-old Asian male attended our endocrine unit in April 2013 following a referral from his GP for the investigation of a neck mass. Serum TSH level was normal and USS revealed a euthyroid multinodular goiter. He mainly complained of increasingly frequent and severe headaches, polydypsia, polyuria, perspiration, and night sweats.On examination, the patient had prognathism, an enlarged and protruding tongue, thickened lips, prominent supraorbital rid...