[Chronic vomiting disclosing a pheochromocytoma].


Emesis is a common symptom in pheochromocytoma. It occurs in 26% of cases with permanent secretion, and 43% of cases with paroxystic secretion. Emesis may be the initial manifestation as in the present report of a 54-year-old female patient. For more than 15 years she experienced emesis which was ascribed to biliary dyskinesia. Bilateral pheochromocytoma… (More)


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