IL-6-Producing, Noncatecholamines Secreting Pheochromocytoma Presenting as Fever of Unknown Origin
Coronal reformatted (a) and axial unenhanced CT images (b) show well-defined isodense mass in left adrenal gland measuring 3.5 cm in size. It is characterized by solid component (38 HU on unenhanced scan) (b), avid enhancement during arterial (c) and portal phases (102 HU) (d), and mild washout during delayed phase (79 HU) (e).
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