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An Unusual Cause of Pancytopaenia

A 76-year-old man was admitted to the acute medical take with a long history of tiredness. He described slowed thinking, constipation, aching thighs, dry skin, a hoarse voice, hair loss and 10 kilograms of unintentional weight loss. He had lived in Spain for 7 years and his daughter had persuaded…

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