ea0065p123 | Bone and calcium | SFEBES2019
, Esakji Muhammad
, Rabin Neil
, Menon Ravi
, Rayanagoudar Girish
Coexistence of primary hyperparathyroidism and multiple myeloma is very rare.Case report: 45 year old Jamaican female presented with left sided chest pain for a month. CXR showed a pathological left clavicular fracture with a lytic lesion. She was noted to have a serum Ca of 3.26 mmol/l.Other investigations: Haemoglobin 115 g/l (115155), creatinine 76 umol/l (4992), Corrected Ca 3.26 mmol/l (2.202.60), Phosphate 0...