Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0059ep4 | Adrenal and steroids | SFEBES2018

Adrenal lymphoma: unusual presentation with unilateral mass and hypoadrenalism

Naeem Aamir , Baskar Varadarajan

Background: Adrenal lymphomas are rare and often present with hypoadrenalism in the context of bilateral adrenal masses. We report a patient with unilateral adrenal mass and hypoadrenalism at presentation before evolving rapidly to bilateral masses proven to be a large B cell lymphoma. We discuss mechanisms of hypoadrenalism in adrenal lymphoma.Case history: A 79 year gentleman with no signifanct past medical history admitted with a 6 week history of bei...

ea0055wf1 | Workshop F: Disorders of the gonads | SFEEU2018

Sex steroid replacement in primary amenorrhoea due to Turner’s syndrome

Sukumar Nithya , Naeem Aamir , Sankar Sailesh

Case history: FK is an 18 year old female, who attended the Turner’s syndrome clinic in our tertiary centre with primary amenorrhoea. Her family are originally from Ghana but she was born in Italy and lived there until moving to the UK in 2016. She was born full-term by normal delivery and Turner’s syndrome was diagnosed at 3 months of age due to characteristic phenotypic features. She was managed by the paediatric endocrinologists in Italy and was on growth hormone ...

ea0063p7 | Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours 1 | ECE2019

A rare association of Adrenocortical carcinoma with haematological and breast malignancy in a young female

Shafqat Muhammad Murtaza , Khalily Naveed , Deol Herpret , Naeem Aamir , Dar Shujah

A 20-year-old female admitted under haematology team for acute myeloid leukaemia. During her admission, she had a whole body CT scan and was found to have a left breast lesion (proven on biopsy to have invasive ductal carcinoma) and a right adrenal mass measuring 6.5 × 7.5 cm with radiological features suggestive of an adrenocortical cancer. Biochemical workup showed raised adrenal androgens: DHA Sulphate 14.9 umol/l (4.0–11.0), 17-OH Progesterone 7.6 nmol/l (0.6&#15...

ea0038p96 | Clinical practice/governance and case reports | SFEBES2015

An unusual case of ‘adrenal’ Cushing’s

Lekkakou Leoni , Naeem Aamir , Strouhal Peter , Garnham Andrew , Viswanath Ananth , Buch Harit

Background: Phaeochromocytoma represents a rare cause of hypercortisolism, accounting for <5% of ectopic Cushing’s syndrome while <1% of phaeochromocytomas are accompanied by Cushing’s syndrome.Case presentation: We present a case of a 51-year-old lady admitted to the surgical ward for bowel surgery for severe long-standing constipation. She was referred to the endocrine team for recent-onset severe hypokalaemia and the presence of left...