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BOF: 218

A 70-year-old male is admitted to your ward with pneumonia. He has impaired hearing in his left ear, his skull vault is enlarged, the right tibia is bowed and warm to touch and he has a kyphoscoliosis.

In this patient one of the complications of immobilisation specific to his condition is:

a)     Hypercalcaemia

b)      Heart failure

c)      Gout

d)      Skin ulceration

e)      Pathological fracture

 

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