ea0062we10 | Workshop E: Disorders of the gonads | EU2019
, Abraham Prakash
, McGeoh Susan
A 45 year old man was referred to endocrinology with increasing weakness, lethargy, loss of libido and erectile dysfunction. Initial investigations showed hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism with testosterone 0.8 nmol/l (8.232.2), FSH <1 U/l, LH<1 U/l, SHBG 93 nmol/l and secondary hypothyroidism with TSH 1.65 mU/l, FT3 2.1 pmol/l FT4 9 pmol/l, prolactin 180 mU/l, IGF-1 12.5 nmol/l. Short synACTHen test showed normal adrenal response (692 to 1014 nmol/l) with a higher ...