Kidney Stones. right lower ureteric, right lower pole and a left lower pole collection. Awaiting treatment.
Blood test: PTH 7.9pmol/L Abnormal
Serum Calcium level on the upper limit of normal 2.59mmol/L.
Should I be referred to Endocrinology.
Mr. John Lynn
Mr. John Lynn
Endocrinologist
London
Certainly yes
Although the calcium Is not very high, you wold expect the pth to be suppressed and it’s not - it’s at the high end of normal
So you should see a parathyroid expert (surgeon or endocrinologist)

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