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RADIOLOGY: ADRENAL: Case# 33033: ADRENAL MASS VERSUS HEMATOMA. Patient is a 28 year old male with CT performed one month ago at Blount County Hospital for back and right flank pain. 1. Predominantly low attenuation right adrenal mass is noted. CT characteristics raise concern of adrenal neoplasm, metastatic or primary. A hemorrhagic component of this adrenal lesion may be present. Correlation with 10-6-95 outside prior CT study showed no significant change in size. MR may provide further characterization. 2. Multiple small cysts within bilaterally prominent seminal vesicles.

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Peter Anderson
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adrenal, radiology
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