ea0038p167 | Neoplasia, cancer and late effects | SFEBES2015
, Kaczmarek Pawel
, Ivanov Gleb
, Field Benjamin
A 68 year old man presented with shortness of breath and was found to have a pulmonary embolus. During work up of the underlying aetiology he was noted to have bilateral adrenal masses. He was subsequently readmitted with pyrexia and feeling generally unwell. Imaging revealed the progression of adrenal masses and there was biochemical evidence of adrenal insufficiency with a random cortisol at the low end of normal. CT guided biopsy was consistent with the diagnosis of a high ...