Malignant hypertension after adrenalectomy

Abstract

A 48-year-old Chinese presented with bilateral blurred vision, and was found to have accelerated hypertension and funduscopic manifestation of papilloedema. He had been diagnosed as having a left adrenal tumour 2 months previously, when he first reported anorexia and left upper quadrant pain. Computed tomography (Figure 1) and subsequent laparotomy excision… (More)

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