Adrenal histoplasmosis – Pathology, Clinical features, Diagnosis

  • There is bilateral symmetrical enlargement of the adrenals
  • Shape of the gland is preserved
  • Patient is usually asymptomatic
  • Some cases present with adrenal insufficiency
  • Diagnosis is by CT scan and CT directed biopsy

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