Case Presentation and Discussion Hypercalcemia 22.10.1399
A 42 year-old man was referred to the clinic because of hypercalcemia.
No polyuria or polydipsia
He was married and had one daughter.
He had B.S degree and was a clerk.
He was smoker.
13 years ago, he experienced leg fracture when he was skiing. The specialist found he had hypertension in that time. So, a diagnostic test for pheochromocytoma was performed but the results were negative. After two months he had mandibular fracture when he was eating . But nothing was done for him.