ea0028p332 | Steroids | SFEBES2012
, Moulik Probal
, Macleod Andrew
Background: Primary hypoadrenalism with bilateral adrenal enlargement is a relatively rare condition. We present four such patients. Case 1: 60 year old male presented with malaise, weight loss and hyponatremia. Short synacthen test was abnormal and ACTH was raised (309 ng/L). CT adrenals showed bilateral adrenal enlargement with uniform texture and low attenuation with no change in repeat CT. FNAC of adrenal gland showed infarcts. Further tests confirmed antiphospholipid anti...