ea0063p407 | Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours 2 | ECE2019
, Wijtvliet Veerle
, Coremans Peter
, Doninck Nike Van
A 41-year-old woman presented with a puffy face since five months. She experienced alopecia, hirsutism, easy bruisability, amenorrhea and proximal muscle weakness. Clinical examination revealed a moonface, centripetal obesity, proximal muscle atrophy, thinned scalp hair, hyperpigmentation in sun-exposed neck region, ecchymosis and arterial hypertension grade 1. Blood analysis showed elevated morning cortisol, elevated morning ACTH of 66.1 pg/ml (normal 1060), hypokalemic...