The Urogenital Tract


US evaluation of the Adrenal glands requires that particular attention be paid to the scan technique, possibly involving a painstaking study to find the best approach to the orgaris. This is particularly true in the assessment of subjects who are obese and/or have intestinal gas. US is unable to explore all of the adrenal gland, nor in all cases, especially on the left, it is always able to visualize or at least rule out significant enlargement of the glands. In cases initially studied with US and persistent suspicion of hyper-plasia despite a negative US finding, work-up with CT or MR is advisable. US can also be used as an alternative to CT in the percutaneous biopsy of adrenal masses (after pharmacologic prophylaxis in the suspicion of pheochromocytoma) and also in PEI of adenomas.


Renal Cell Carcinoma Adrenal Gland Renal Mass Adrenal Mass Endometrial Thickness 


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