Myelolipoma

What is Myelolipoma?

Nodular accumulations of cells derived from localized proliferation of reticuloendothelial tissue in the blood sinuses of the adrenal glands; grossly, the nodules may seem to be adipose tissue, but actually are foci of bone marrow containing erythropoietic or myeloid cells.

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Please explain, CT abdomen & pelvis shows no infiltrate or pleural effusion at either lung base. Spleen is normal. Liver is normal. No calcified...

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pet scan for pancreas & adrenal. hormone levels of pancreas &adrenal .

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Hello, last November 2010 I had a cat scan of the abdomen. One finding was: "THere is a 3 cm right adrenal mass present. Some low density areas...

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Hello,

Thanks for posting your query.

I understand that you have hypertension and had been diagnosed as Benign adrenal mass of size 3cm as per CT scan...

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Please explain, CT abdomen & pelvis shows no infiltrate or pleural effusion at either lung base. Spleen is normal. Liver is normal. No calcified...

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Hello, last November 2010 I had a cat scan of the abdomen. One finding was: "THere is a 3 cm right adrenal mass present. Some low density areas...

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