ea0090ep92 | Adrenal and Cardiovascular Endocrinology | ECE2023
, de Brito Marques Francisca
, Palma Isabel
Introduction: Adrenal incidentalomas are a frequent finding (1.4-7.3% on abdominal CT) and increasingly common with age, obesity, diabetes and hypertension. When approaching adrenal masses, clinicians should exclude malignancy and hormonal hypersecretion. Black adrenal adenomas (BAA), first reported in 1938, are rare benign adrenocortical tumours with black/brown appearance, containing lipofuscin. Most are non-functional, rarely inducing hypercortisolism. We present a case of ...