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Fig. 1 | BMC Endocrine Disorders

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From: A case of autonomous cortisol secretion in a patient with subclinical Cushing’s syndrome, GNAS mutation, and paradoxical cortisol response to dexamethasone

Fig. 1

Imaging study of bilateral adrenal masses. Computed tomography scan shows bilateral adrenal tumors. (a) right side, 25 × 13 mm and (b) left side, 18 × 15 mm. Magnetic resonance imaging showed low intensity loci in adrenal tumors in “out phase” compared with “in phase” of chemical shift imaging on T1-weighted image. (c) right, in-phase; (d) right, out-phase; (e) left, in-phase; (f) left, out-phase. (g) 131I-adosterol scintigraphy shows bilateral adrenal accumulation. Arrows in each image designate the adrenal tumors or more accurately where the adosterol is accumulating in the adrenal tumors

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