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ea0049ep43 | Adrenal cortex (to include Cushing's) | ECE2017

A case of recurrent Cushing’s disease after total bilateral adrenalectomy

Vicic Ivan , Kruljac Ivan , Cacic Miroslav , Peric Bozidar , Filipovic-Grcic Maja , Mirosevic Gorana , Cerina Vatroslav , Pazanin Leo , Vrkljan Milan

Bilateral adrenalectomy usually results in lifelong primary adrenal insufficiency. Evidence exists that up to 34% of patients with CushingÂ’s disease (CD) have some degree of endogenous cortisol secretion after bilateral adrenalectomy due to ACTH driven hyperplasia of residual cortical tissue. We present a case of a patient with atypical corticotropinoma/carcinoma and recurrence of CD after bilateral adrenalectomy.A 59-year-old man presented with Cus...