Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0082wc4 | Workshop C: Disorders of the thyroid gland | SFEEU2022

A grave interference: TSH interference due to macro-TSH post-thyroidectomy for graves” disease

McCarthy Aisling , Moran Carla

A 26 year old gentleman presented to his GP in July 2018 with a one month history of thyrotoxic symptoms, including palpitations and weight loss. His initial thyroid function tests (TFTs) showed a hyperthyroid picture, including a FT4 of >100pmol/l (RR 12-22). His TSH receptor antibody was 11.1 IU/l (RR <1.75). He had no evidence of thyroid eye disease, and no goitre or thyroid nodules on exam. His Graves” disease was initially managed medically with carbimazole. ...

ea0063p876 | Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours 3 | ECE2019

An interesting case of a familial insulinoma

McCarthy Aisling , Newman Christine , O'Keeffe Derek , O'Shea Paula , Bell Marcia

A 42 year old lady presented to the Endocrinology clinic with a longstanding history of exertional dizziness, increasing in frequency over the preceding two months. She reported marginal symptomatic improvement with the introduction of frequent carbohydrate rich meals. She was asymptomatic in the post-prandial period. She had no associated nausea, confusion, palpitations, diaphoresis, collapse or weight gain. She was on medication (SSRI) for anxiety. Her father and paternal gr...