Nina Rosa de Castro Musolino

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Thymic hyperplasia has been described after the resolution of hypercortisolism from several etiologies, causing great diagnostic dilemmas. We describe a case where the catheterization of the thymic vein was essential for the differential diagnosis of a thymic enlargement in an adrenalectomized patient with ACTH-dependent Cushing's syndrome. The patient was(More)
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