ea0081ep233 | Calcium and Bone | ECE2022
, Ali Nida
, Khan Amjad
A 49-year-old lady was referred to the endocrine clinic for hypophosphataemia. Apart from tiredness, she had no other symptoms. Past medical history was significant for bronchiectasis, obstructive sleeps apnoea, caudaequina syndrome, migraine and anxiety. She had frequent hospitalisations due to bronchiectasis exacerbations requiring systemic steroids. Usual medications included azithromycin, gabapentin, omeprazole, antacids, laxatives, carbocisteine, fluoxetine, montelukast, ...