Primary adrenal insufficiency is a rare disease. Its diagnosis remains a clinical challenge since the signs and symptoms of the disease are insidious in onset and non specific in nature. A case report of Addison's crisis induced by levothyroxine substitution therapy is described. This clinical case is discussed in details with a special emphasis to the published literature regarding the strategy of diagnosis and the specific therapy of primary adrenal insufficiency
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