Adam Morton

FRACP, Senior Staff Specialist, Endocrinology and Obstetric Medicine, Mater Health, Brisbane, Qld

Artefactual hypoglycaemia

The article discusses the case of a woman aged 43 years who was admitted to the emergency department with hypertension and hypoglycaemia on point-of-care testing.

Blue eyes, brittle bones

A woman aged 62 years had a telehealth appointment for the management of osteoporosis.

Herbal tea and hypoadrenalism

A Vietnamese woman aged 64 years presented to her general practitioner with weight gain of 15 kg and lethargy over the previous 12 months.

Milk-alkali syndrome

This is a case study on milk-alkali syndrome.

Comorbidities of obesity and preconception counselling: Consideration of bariatric surgery

The potential benefits and risks of bariatric surgery with respect to maternal, fetal and neonatal outcomes in future pregnancies need to be carefully considered on an individual basis.