Hypercalcaemia complicating immune reconstitution in an HIV-infected patient with disseminated tuberculosis

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An HIV positive man being treated for disseminated tuberculosis developed hypercalcaemia 17 days after starting highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). Hypercalcaemia resolved with stopping HAART and was thought to be due to immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome.

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