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ea0028p14 | Bone | SFEBES2012

Unusual presentation of idiopathic hypoparathyrodism with hyper-CK-emia

Dar Shujah , Bapat Anjaneya , Jahagirdar Vidya , Geevarghese Cheriyan

We report a case of a 51 year-old gentleman with increased serum creatine kinase (CK) due to hypocalcaemic tetany caused by idiopathic hypoparathyrodism. Raised CK (1738 u/L) was incidentally noted in this patient by his GP. He had ongoing symptoms of hypocalcaemia with intermittent tetanic spasms in his hands and scalp and easy fatigability for 2 years. His examination showed normal stature, no evidence of myopathy with normal deep tendon reflexes, TrousseauÂ’s sign was p...