ea0028p383 | Thyroid | SFEBES2012
, Boules Evon
An 85 year old lady was admitted with painless jaundice and cholestatic liver functions (LFTs). Investigations organised by gastroenterologists were fine including hepatitis viral screen, copper and ceruloplasmin levels, alpha -one antitrypsin, alpha -fetoprotein, immunoglobulins, auto-immune screen and ultrasound scan of the liver. In view of palpitations and weight loss, thyroid functions (TFTs) were done and showed biochemical hyperthyroidism: FT4 of 36.8 pmol/L (1222...