Adrenal incidentaloma: an overview of hormonal data from the National Italian Study Group.

Adrenal masses are more and more frequently detected by adrenal ultrasound, computed tomography or nuclear magnetic resonance carried out for a reason other than the suspicion of adrenal disease (incidentalomas). The findings of an incidentaloma still leaves many diagnostic and therapeutic questions open. We report the results of a multicentric… (More)