ea0048cp18 | Poster Presentations | SFEEU2017
, Randall Joanne
, Di Marco Aimee
, Palazzo Fausto
We describe a case of a male who presented to a rheumatologist with hypercalceamia at the age of 22 in 1995. Investigations were incomplete and he was lost to follow up. He was referred to a general surgeon in 2002 as another blood test had showed hypercalcaemia of 2.8 mmol/l (2.22.6), parathyroid hormone 9.5 pmol/l (1.66.9). A spot urine calcium/creatinine excretion ratio was 0.014. It was felt he probably had primary hyperparathyroidism and he was managed conserv...