ea0059p026 | Adrenal and steroids | SFEBES2018
, Hanna Fahmy
, Keevil Brian
, Ensah Grace
, Issa Basil
Background: Adrenal incidentalomas (AI) are being seen frequently in endocrine clinics due to increased cross-sectional imaging with a prevalence of 4% (7% in patients >70 years) of abdominal CT scans. The majority of these tumours are benign and non-functional, but identifying malignancy and functionality is important. Excess cortisol production is the commonest endocrinopathy associated with AI, with a reported prevalence of ~10%. The overnight 1 mg dexamethasone suppres...