What is an adrenal cancer tumour test?

No specific test. There is no specific test for adrenal cancer. Diagnosis is based on endocrine abnormalities and imaging. Depending on the part of adrenal affected, there are different endocrine abnormalities.

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Can an individual have adrenal cancer without a mass/tumor that is visible? All the lab results points to it.

Some as small as 2cm. Usually adrenal tumors are a bit larger, but they can be as small as 2 cm. Talk with your doctor about the lab and imagery results and your treatment options. Take care of yourself overall and be persistent about getting answers that you understand. Good luck. Read more...

How should an adrenal adenoma be treated? I had a submandibleand mixed tumor removed at dr's suggestion. Mother died of adrenal cancer

Adrenal adenoma. Possible endocrine work-up, ct/mri of adrenals, possible fine needle biopsy of other tests abnormal; possible surgery if cancerous. Endocrinologist, surgeon, oncologist. Read more...
Blood ; urine tests. Adrenal masses should very rarely be biopsied. Pheochromocytoma, an adrnealine producing tumor, must always be excluded prior to biopsy. Adrenal masses are diagnosed by imaging (ct and mri) blood and urine test. Biopsy is probably only indicated in patients with known history of cancer and suspicion for metastasis to adrenal. If chemically active or growing surgery is usually indicated. Read more...