Large Adrenal Lesion Series in a Tertiary Care Center in Northern India: Diagnostic and Operative Challenges

@article{Gaurav2020LargeAL,
  title={Large Adrenal Lesion Series in a Tertiary Care Center in Northern India: Diagnostic and Operative Challenges},
  author={Kushagra Gaurav and Pooja Ramakant and M. Shreyamsa and S. P. Mouli and Kulranjan Singh and Chanchal Rana and Anand Kumar Mishra},
  journal={Indian Journal of Surgical Oncology},
  year={2020},
  volume={11},
  pages={518-526}
}
Large adrenal tumors pose varied challenges to surgeons in terms of diagnosis, planning surgical approach, and also intra-operative difficulties in resection. The aim of this study is to discuss challenges in the management of large and difficult adrenal lesions. A retrospective analysis was done on data of all patients with large adrenal lesions/paragangliomas managed from 1 June 2016 to 30 August 2018. Forty-eight patients with adrenal lesions underwent treatment in 2 years duration. Pain in… 
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