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Case Report

Isolated Adrenocorticotropin Deficiency Associated with Delirium and Takotsubo Cardiomyopathy

Table 1

Laboratory findings on admission.

Peripheral blood
 White blood cells4600/ L (3300–9500)
  Neutrophils68.5% (37–80)
  Lymphocytes19.7% (11–50)
  Monocytes10.3% (4–11)
  Basophils0.2% (0–2)
  Eosinophils1.3% (0–8)
 Red blood cells386 × 104/ L (389–501)
 Hemoglobin11.7 g/dL (11.3–15.2)
 Hematocrit30.2% (33.4–46.4)
 Platelet16.2 × 104/ L (14–36)

Serum chemistry
 Sodium116 mEq/L (136–147)
 Potassium4.5 mEq/L (3.5–5.0)
 Chloride84 mEq/L (95–110)
 Glucose132 mg/dL (70–110)
 Urea nitrogen6.4 mg/dL (7.0–22.0)
 Creatinine0.52 mg/dL (0.40–0.90)
 Uric acid3.1 mg/dL (0.0–7.0)
 Total protein6.1 g/dL (6.3–8.5)
 Albumin3.8 g/dL (3.3–5.1)
 Aspartate aminotransferase 33 IU/L (10–38)
 Alanine aminotransferase 15 IU/L (6–38)
 Lactate dehydrogenase 211 IU/L (115–255)
 C-reactive protein0.3 mg/dL (0.0–0.2)

Figures in parentheses indicate the normal range.

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