ea0050ep034 | Bone and Calcium | SFEBES2017
, Singh Prashant
, Moulik Probal
, Rangan Srinivasa
: A 67-year-old lady, previously fit and well, presented with chest pain. She denied gastrointestinal or urological symptoms. There was no history of depression, psychosis, previous hip fracture or steroid use. She had regular menstrual cycles until hysterectomy at 50 years of age. She doesnt smoke or drink alcohol. Her mother and father had oesophageal and lung cancer respectively with no family history of hypercalcemia. On examination, she was normotensive with BMI 23....