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How high does epinephrine have to be to be considered a pheochromocytoma? Also, I have attacks multiple times a night (every night) with heart rates as high as 174bpm. Used to have episodes of nausea, sweating(have to redo makeup), pounding heart, weak le

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Dr. Myron Arlen
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In brief: Symptom suggest pheo

Complaints are tPlasma Catecholamines (measured by HPLC) Norepinephrine (80-498 icograms/milliliter) Epinephrine (4-83 picograms/milliliter) . Plasma Free Metanephrines (measured by HPLC) Normetanephrine (18-112 picograms/milliliter) Metanephrine (12-61 picograms/milliliter) Above are levels that should have been determined for you by blood and then urine tests and then localizing adrenal scan

In brief: Symptom suggest pheo

Complaints are tPlasma Catecholamines (measured by HPLC) Norepinephrine (80-498 icograms/milliliter) Epinephrine (4-83 picograms/milliliter) . Plasma Free Metanephrines (measured by HPLC) Normetanephrine (18-112 picograms/milliliter) Metanephrine (12-61 picograms/milliliter) Above are levels that should have been determined for you by blood and then urine tests and then localizing adrenal scan
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