Armed Forces Medical College, Department of Surgery, Pune, India
Adrenal cyst initially described in 1670s, is being diagnosed more frequently with the advent of widespread use of diagnostic imaging. Most of these cysts are small and remain nonfunctional with requirement of only conservative approach. Functional, malignant or benign lesions more than 5cm in size needs surgical intervention. Giant adrenal cysts (>10cm) do pose a clinical diagnostic dilemma and present with symptoms as was the scenario in the case being described. The management of this case along with a review of literature is being briefly described.
Keywords: Adrenal cyst, adrenalectomy, endothelial cyst
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Kumar M A, Roy N, Jafri H, et al. Giant adrenal endothelial Cyst: A case report. Med Science. 2022;11(3):1351-3
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Corresponding Author: Arun Kumar M, Armed Forces Medical College, Department of Surgery, Pune, India.