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Atrophic changes in the pancreas, no pleural effusion at the lung base. Showing myelolipoma. What to do next? Need biopsy?

Please explain, CT abdomen & pelvis shows no infiltrate or pleural effusion at either lung base. Spleen is normal. Liver is normal. No calcified gallstones. There is atrophic changes in the pancreas . No pancreatic mass. Dated the multiple fat containing adrenal masses. On left, 1.2 cm in the superior adrenal & 2.7 cm in the inferior adrenal. On right 2.1. Represent myelolipoma because the their fat content. What is the next step? Any biopsies needed to get a definite diagnoses of the pancreas & adrenals?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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pet scan for pancreas & adrenal. hormone levels of pancreas &adrenal .
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