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ea0077p22 | Adrenal and Cardiovascular | SFEBES2021

Searching for a new PAL

Iftikhar Sahar , Bingham Emma

Primary adrenal lymphoma is an extremely rare type of lymphoma. There have been only about 200 cases described in the literature so far. About a half of patients can present with adrenal insufficiency. We report a case of a 70- year-old previously fit and well patient referred to Endocrinology services after a CT scan of her adrenal showed bilateral adrenal masses right measuring 6 cm and left measuring 9 cm. CT was performed as she complained of 9 kilograms weight loss in las...

ea0077lb4 | Late Breaking | SFEBES2021

Not your regular incidentaloma

Iftikhar Sahar , Mukhtar Rasha , Bingham Emma

Adrenal Leiomyomas are very rare tumours. 20 cases have been reported to date. Their management remains difficult and challenging. They tend to present with flank or abdominal pain and have very little biochemical activity, if any.Case presentation: We present a case of a young 44 year old female. She was referred to Endocrinology services with a history of 2 weeks abdominal pain. She underwent an ultrasound organised in primary care which was suspicious...

ea0082p16 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2022

Just another pituitary lesion

Bodi Istavan , Albusaidi Ayisha , Shapey Jonathan , Whitelaw Benjamin , Iftikhar Sahar , Aylwin Simon

Case history: 37F presented with 4 years history of amenorrhea. In addition, she had fatigue, low mood and joint pains. She also had history of polyuria and nocturia. Investigations: Her investigations revealed FSH 2.4 IU/l, LH 1.1 IU/l, Oestradiol < 92 pmol/l, T4 <5 pmol/l, TSH 1.5 mIU/l, IGF-1 13.3 nmol/l (8.5- 30.07), Cortisol 65 nmol/l, Prolactin 68 mIU/l. She was started on Hydrocortisone and levothyroxine. Pituitary MRI revealed a 15 mm les...

ea0091oc9 | Oral Communications | SFEEU2023

ACTH- producing pheochromocytoma

Iftikhar Sahar , Aylwin Simon , Whitelaw Benjamin , Lewis Dylan , Schulte Klaus-Martin

Case history: We present a case of 36Y old male who presented with worsening leg edema, leg ulceration and poor mobility leading to admission in intensive care due to sepsis and hemodynamic instability. Found to have metabolic alkalosis with hypokalaemia. Clinically, moon-like facies, low proximal muscle mass, skin hypopigmentation (mainly hands), broken skin fingers and legs, abdominal fat distribution. Investigations:Random cortisol 2348nmol/l, post 1mg dexamethasone cortiso...