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Philippe Thuillier, Nathalie Roudaut, Geneviève Crouzeix, Marie Cavarec, Philippe Robin, Ronan Abgral, Véronique Kerlan and Pierre-Yves Salaun

Introduction Thyroid incidentaloma (TI) is a thyroid lesion discovered in patients undergoing an imaging for a non-thyroid purpose. In a retrospective study, Steele and coworkers found that the prevalence of TI fortuitously highlighted during

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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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Boni Xiang, Ran Tao, Xinhua Liu, Xiaoming Zhu, Min He, Zengyi Ma, Yehong Yang, Zhaoyun Zhang, Yiming Li, Zhenwei Yao, Yongfei Wang and Hongying Ye

commonly characterized by menstrual abnormalities in adults and growth retardation in children. Besides, the thyroid hormone changes in hypercortisolemia have been reported since 1952. Fredrickson et al. described that massive doses of cortisone acetate

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Nadine M Vaninetti, David B Clarke, Deborah A Zwicker, Churn-Ern Yip, Barna Tugwell, Steve Doucette, Chris Theriault, Khaled Aldahmani and Syed Ali Imran

-producing adenoma; CMSM, clinical manifestations of mass effect/hormonal dysfunction; GH, growth hormone; PI, pituitary incidentaloma; SHD, secondary hormone deficiency; TSH, thyroid-stimulating hormone. Indications for imaging and diagnostic categories

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Veronica Kieffer, Kate Davies, Christine Gibson, Morag Middleton, Jean Munday, Shashana Shalet, Lisa Shepherd and Phillip Yeoh

ovary syndrome. Competency 11 : Steroid replacement therapy for disorders of the pituitary and adrenal glands. Competency 12 : Thyroid disease. Competency 13 : Transition. Competency 1 Acromegaly. Competent Proficient Expert As competent plus As

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Dirk-Jan van Beek, Rachel S van Leeuwaarde, Carolina R C Pieterman, Menno R Vriens, Gerlof D Valk and the DutchMEN Study Group

pNETs in MEN1?  Thyroid incidentalomas Prevalence and natural course Subsequent questions What is the prevalence of thyroid incidentalomas in MEN1 patients compared with nonMEN1 patients?Is thyroid tumorigenesis MEN1-related? Pituitary

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Joakim Crona, Alberto Delgado Verdugo, Dan Granberg, Staffan Welin, Peter Stålberg, Per Hellman and Peyman Björklund

expected and was confirmed by this study (1) . Evaluating the significance of such ‘genetic incidentalomas’ may be extensively recourse demanding and clearly demonstrates the need to further expand and curate allele databases such as dbSNP and LOVD. Time

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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

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Wafaa M Rashed, Anas Saad, Muneer Al-Husseini, Ahmed Mahmoud Galal, Assem Mohamed Ismael, Ahmed M Al-Tayep, Ayman El Shafie, Mahmoud Ahmed Ali and Ahmad Samir Alfaar

endocrine tissue (including the thymus and excluding thyroid) (O/E = 38.3, 95% CI = 10.4–98.1); the small intestine (O/E = 8.9, 95% CI = 1.1–32); the liver (O/E = 8.7, 95% CI = 1.1–31.6); the stomach (O/E = 5, 95% CI = 1–14.5); nodal NHL (O/E = 3.8, 95% CI

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Henrik Falhammar, Hedi Claahsen-van der Grinten, Nicole Reisch, Jolanta Slowikowska-Hilczer, Anna Nordenström, Robert Roehle, Claire Bouvattier, Baudewijntje P C Kreukels, Birgit Köhler and on behalf of the dsd-LIFE group

, suicide attempts, hypertension, dyslipidaemia and autoimmune disorders (only thyroid disorders) where controls were obtained from Swedish CAH studies with similar age and gender distribution as the dsd-LIFE study (total n  = 58,800; females n  = 33