Computed tomography of myelolipoma in the accessory adrenal gland.

Abstract

A case of myelolipoma arising from an accessory adrenal gland is reported. The accessory adrenal gland is a developmental anomaly, recognized often in the periadrenal fatty tissue at post-mortem examination. Myelolipoma of accessory adrenal gland should be considered when a suprarenal fat-containing tumor is seen separately from a normal-shaped adrenal gland.

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@article{Kageyama1989ComputedTO, title={Computed tomography of myelolipoma in the accessory adrenal gland.}, author={Takashi Kageyama and Yukiko Doke and Megumi Takahashi and Michio Kaneko}, journal={Urologic radiology}, year={1989}, volume={11 3}, pages={153-5} }