Case Reports in Oncological Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Late Onset Ipilimumab-Induced Pericarditis and Pericardial Effusion: A Rare but Life Threatening Complication

Table 1

Lab values during the hospitalization, baseline TSH, free T4, and cortisol levels were within normal range; however, patient presented with elevated TSH, low free T4, and decreased cortisol levels, suggesting immune-mediated hypothyroidism and adrenal insufficiency.

Labs (reference range)BaselineAdmissionDay 7 after steroid TxDay 21 after steroid TxDay 35 after steroid Tx

TSH (0.35–4.00 μIU/mL)3.266.788.105.852.85
Free T4 (0.7–1.5 ng/dL)
ACTH (7–69 pg/mL)NRNR<5<5<5
Cortisol at 8 AM (4.2–38.4 μg/dL)10.6<1.0<1.0<1.01.5
AST (5–34 IU/L)2830241821
ALT (0–55 IU/L)1314283319
Total bilirubin (0.2–1.2 mg/dL)
Troponin I (0.00–0.02 ng/mL)NR<0.020.07<0.02NR

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