Zona fasciculata cortical adenoma and adrenal medullary hyperplasia in MEN II patient: unique concurrent presentation

Clinical Nuclear Medicine
A J KrubsackW J Schulte

Abstract

I-131 MIBG for the localization of pheochromocytoma is a highly specific agent. In this case report, an apparent false-positive finding attributed to the presence of three zona fasciculata cortical adenomata was ultimately deduced to be due to the presence of adrenal medullary hyperplasia in this MEN patient.

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