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Gamze Akkuş, Isa Burak Güney, Fesih Ok, Mehtap Evran, Volkan Izol, Şeyda Erdoğan, Yıldırım Bayazıt, Murat Sert and Tamer Tetiker

prevalence of adrenal incidentalomas detected by abdominal CT scan varies between 2.5 and 4% in adult populations. The management of adrenal incidentalomas depends on the lesion’s being benign or malignant and any adrenal hormone secretion related with the

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Henrik Falhammar, Magnus Kjellman and Jan Calissendorff

-adrenal pheochromocytomas or paragangliomas and only represent around 15–20% of all catecholamine-secreting tumors ( 1 ). Pheochromocytomas are rare but in certain groups such as in patients with adrenal incidentalomas 0.6–4.2% are affected ( 2 , 3 , 4 ). Pheochromocytoma

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Xinlei Chen, Liru Hu, Caojie Liu, Guangcheng Ni and Yuwei Zhang

reported that more than 25%, and up to 64% of pheochromocytomas are incidentally diagnosed ( 5 , 6 ). These tumors are called ‘incidentalomas.’ Pheochromocytomas comprise 2–18.9% of all adrenal incidentalomas and are mainly diagnosed through CT taken for

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Sweta Budyal, Swati Sachin Jadhav, Rajeev Kasaliwal, Hiren Patt, Shruti Khare, Vyankatesh Shivane, Anurag R Lila, Tushar Bandgar and Nalini S Shah

is conceivably more productive if done in a well-targeted, high-risk cohort. The patients with adrenal incidentalomas represent one such cohort in which the prevalence of SCS is found to be high (5–20%) (2) . In cognizance of this, the Clinical

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Manjunath Goroshi, Swati S Jadhav, Vijaya Sarathi, Anurag R Lila, Virendra A Patil, Ravikumar Shah, Priya Hira, Rajaram Sharma, Shettepppa Goroshi, Gwendolyn Fernandes, Amey Rojekar, Abhay Dalvi, Ganesh Bakshi, Gagan Prakash, Nalini S Shah and Tushar R Bandgar

Introduction There is a recent rise in detection of adrenal incidentalomas (3–10%) with increasing use of radiological investigations. Benign adenomas are the most common lesions, accounting for 80% of adrenal incidentalomas, while

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Bjørn O Åsvold, Valdemar Grill, Ketil Thorstensen and Marit R Bjørgaas

inclusion of BMI in the model influenced the association between dexamethasone and cortisol levels. Additionally, we stratified all analyses by the reason for DST (clinical suspicion of Cushing's syndrome ( n =27) or evaluation for adrenal incidentaloma ( n

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Andrea V Haas, Paul N Hopkins, Nancy J Brown, Luminita H Pojoga, Jonathan S Williams, Gail K Adler and Gordon H Williams

Vicennati V Garelli S Casadio E Rinaldi E Giampalma E Mosconi C Golfieri R Paccapelo A Pagotto U , Cardiovascular events and mortality in patients with adrenal incidentalomas that are either non-secreting or associated with intermediate phenotype or

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Nilesh Lomte, Tushar Bandgar, Shruti Khare, Swati Jadhav, Anurag Lila, Manjunath Goroshi, Rajeev Kasaliwal, Kranti Khadilkar and Nalini S Shah

attempt to suggest a clinical algorithm for approach to bilateral masses is influenced by that for unilateral adrenal incidentaloma. Since the secretory nature and malignancy are the two features which call for surgical intervention, the first step in

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Sofia S Pereira, Tiago Morais, Madalena M Costa, Mariana P Monteiro and Duarte Pignatelli

Lafemina J Brennan MF . Adrenocortical carcinoma: past, present, and future . Journal of Surgical Oncology 2012 106 586 – 594 . ( doi:10.1002/jso.23112 ). 2 Thompson GB Young WF Jr . Adrenal incidentaloma . Current Opinion in Oncology

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Caojie Liu, Qingguo Lv, Xinlei Chen, Guangcheng Ni, Liru Hu, Nanwei Tong and Yuwei Zhang

size over 3 cm. 450 patients’ (85.7%) tumors were unilateral, no significant difference in left or right. 25.1% of the tumors were adrenal incidentaloma, that means 132 patients discovered their PPGL in physical examination accidentally rather than