Table 1: Laboratory tests were performed to assess the degree of pituitary functioning including free and total testosterone levels, FSH, LH, TSH, T4, and T3 which were all found to be abnormally low, consistent with panhypopituitarism.
|Free T3||0.37 (L)|
|Free T4||0.4 (L)|
|Testosterone||7 (L - Ref range: 193-740 ng/dL)|
|Free Testosterone||0.4 (L - Ref range: 35-155 pg/mL)|