The study 973 patients with 1,049 adrenal masses which no history of malignancy or clinical suspicion of a hormonally active adrenal mass was trapped, said Julie H. Lead author of the study. All masses as benign were either histopathologically, confirmed by imaging follow-up or clinical follow-up, said Dr. Most of the adenomas , she said. The second most common mass was myelolipomas. ‘Myelolipomas were found in 6 percent of patients, common than previously thought common than previously thought,’..
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