ea0069p52 | Poster Presentations | SFENCC2020
, Johri (Consultant Chemical Pathologist) under supervision of Dr. Nikhil
Case history: A 67 year-old male was referred from GP to Endocrine clinic due to incidental high Calcium level in a routine bone profile. Adjusted Serum Calcium was 2.69 mmol/l. In Endocrine clinic, a detailed history was taken. The patient denied all symptoms of hypercalcemia.Past medical history: Alcohol-related cirrhosis (complicated with Varices banded by OGD), Diverticular disease, Type 2 diabetes mellitus, Hypertension, Hyperlipidemia.<p class=...