hrp0092p3-29 | Bone, Growth Plate and Mineral Metabolism | ESPE2019

Extreme Hypercalcaemia: Watch for Glycogen Storage Disease Type 1a with Hyperinsulinism

christesen henrik , Nielsen Rasmus G , Lund Allan M , Cananguez Arlen A , Schou Anders J

Background: Hypercalcaemia in infants may reach extreme levels due to hyperparathyroidism, subcutaneous fat necrosis, or vitamin D intoxication. Normal values for p-parathyroid hormone and p-calcitriol prompt search for other causes.Methods: Hospital file evaluation, case report.Results: A 5½-months-old Caucasian girl of non-consanguineous healthy parents was referred due to w...