ea0038p488 | Thyroid | SFEBES2015
Rahman Mohammad M
, Hickin Thomas R
We present a case of a 50 year old patient with sepsis and a significant and symptomatic hypercalcaemia of 3.38 mmol/l with a background of MS. The infection responded to treatment however the hypercalcaemia persisted despite appropriate measures. Further investigation showed a suppressed PTH, normal ACE level, electrophoresis and 25(OH) vitamin D level, but found her to be thyrotoxic with TSH suppressed at <0.01, free T4 37.2 nmol/l, free T3 212 nmol/l. She ...