ea0050ep031 | Bone and Calcium | SFEBES2017
, Kawsar Anusuya
, Ribaroff George
, Vakilgilani Tannaz
, Bravis Vasilliki
Introduction: Hypercalcaemia is a common electrolyte disturbance in patients presenting acutely and can be cause or effect of a multitude of disorders. We present four cases, in which the hypercalcaemia masked or unmasked underlying pathology that may have otherwise gone undiagnosed.Case series: A 36-year old man presented with acute pancreatitis after completing a marathon. Bloods: adjusted calcium (cCa) 3.16 mmol/L, phosphate 0.5...