A 48-year-old male asked:
What other conditions resemble pheochromocytoma, which includes high hormone levels consistently for 6 months?
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Aesthetic Medicine 35 years experience
High catacholamines: PHEO is a relatively rare condition and there is overstimulation from euro endocrine glands a marked rise in your BP and pulse is a common initial finding. It requires a proper workup with an internist , renal and endo will also be involved. There are other disorders of abnormal catecholamine release but you need a good workup and treatment
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Last updated Aug 25, 2016
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