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Research & Reviews  33 results

Carcinoma of unknown primary origin with isolated adrenal metastasis: a report of two c...
Endocrine Journal; Kometani M, Yoneda T et. al.

May 21st, 2021 - The adrenal glands are one of the most common sites of malignant tumor metastasis. However, metastatic adrenal carcinoma of unknown primary origin with localized adrenal gland involvement is an extremely rare condition. Herein, we reported two cas...

Carney Complex Differential Diagnoses

Feb 27th, 2020 - Diagnostic Considerations Cardiac myxomas are rare benign neoplasms with symptoms that may mimic those of other disorders. Most occur sporadically; a relatively small proportion is part of Carney complex syndrome. [4] Differentials in Carney compl...

Primary extragonadal yolk sac tumor originating from adrenal gland.
The Canadian Journal of Urology; Van Leeuwen BJ, Bavitz MM et. al.

Dec 21st, 2019 - Extragonadal germ cell tumors are germ cell tumors with no evidence of a primary tumor within the gonads, most often located in the mediastinum or retroperitoneum. We present an extragonadal yolk sac tumor that presented as an adrenal carcinoma an...

A Man with a Clot on his Platelets: Adrenal Carcinoma and Dynamic Right Ventricular Inf...
The American Journal of Medicine; McClelland AF, Mandal AKJ et. al.

Aug 24th, 2019 - A Man with a Clot on his Platelets: Adrenal Carcinoma and Dynamic Right Ventricular Inflow Obstruction.|2019|McClelland AF,Mandal AKJ,Zakharious F,Missouris CG,|diagnosis,diagnosis,therapeutic use,therapeutic use,diagnosis,drug therapy,pathology,

Adrenal Carcinoma

Nov 8th, 2018 - Practice Essentials Adrenocortical carcinomas (ACs) are uncommon malignancies that can have protean clinical manifestations. A majority of cases are metastatic at the time of diagnosis, with the most common sites of spread being the local periadre...

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News  3 results

Mitotane Delays Relapse in Adrenocortical Cancer

Jun 6th, 2007 - Action Points Explain to interested patients that adrenocortical cancer is rare and has a very poor prognosis, even if surgery removes the cancer completely. Note that this retrospective study suggests that using Mitotane (Lysodren), which selecti...

An Accessory Spleen Mimics a Left Adrenal Carcinoma

May 5th, 2005 - Introduction Accessory spleen is a variation of spleen development.[1] The most common location of an accessory spleen is at the splenic hilum.[1,2,3] Wandering accessory spleens may mimic tumors, such as pancreatic tumor, adnexal tumor, abdominal...

An Accessory Spleen Mimics a Left Adrenal Carcinoma

May 5th, 2005 - Discussions There are variants of spleen development, such as splenic clefts, notches, lobulations, an accessory spleen, polysplenia, and wandering spleen.[1] When an accessory spleen wanders to another place, it may mimic some tumors. Adnexal tum...

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