Recurrent Hypoglycaemia and Seizures in an HIV-patient
A young male patient recently diagnosed with HIV presented to us with a septic tibia. He developed recurrent seizures and hypoglycaemia. Terminally he developed a clinical picture of Addison’s crisis and disseminated intravascular coagulation. Addison’s crisis must always be borne in mind in patients with HIV who are subjected to stressful conditions like surgery.