A 53-year-old female asked:
Abdominal ct says normal adrenals. wrong! have bilateral micronodular hyperplasia. also says no renal tumors, doppler us say bilateral amls or rcc. ??
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Urology 19 years experience
Renal masses: CT scan with and without IV contrast is the preferred test to evaluate renal masses. It is more sensitive and specific than US. With regards to the adrenal glands, micronodular hyperplasia may be too small (by definition) to show up on imaging.
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