Clinical Conference Pseudopheochromocytoma Principal Discussant


A 52-year-old man was admitted to the Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) on August 21, 1984, for evaluation of a possible pheochromocytoma. He was first told of his hypertension at age 43 and was treated with /3-blockers, most recently nadolol (40 mg p.o q.d.) with "good control." On August 12, 1984, he was awakened from sleep with spasmotic midepigastnc… (More)


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