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Gaziantep Med J. 2014; 20(2): 186-189

Giant symptomatic adrenal lipoma, a case report

Fariba Abbasi, Rahim Mahmudlu, Ayda Gheibi, Makan Rezaie.

Adrenal lipomas are rare, small, usually nonfunctional tumors with an incidence of 2-4%. Most cases have been found incidentally during investigation for unrelated problems or autopsy. We report a 76 years old woman with symptomatic right sided giant adrenal lipoma of 17 cm in diameter presented with abdominal pain.

Key words: Adrenal gland; giant; lipoma

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