Adrenal Hemorrhage

Adrenal hemorrhage uncommonly presents as an adrenal mass. Most are incidentally discovered on imaging and are associated with birth trauma, neonatal asphyxia, septicemia, or coagulopathies. Expectant management and serial US are usually all that are required; however, pathologic jaundice may necessitate a course of phototherapy or even transfusion (Sherer et al. 1994). Subsequent adrenal insufficiency very rarely occurs and usually necessitates temporary steroid replacement only (Velaphi and Perlman 2001).

Pregnancy And Childbirth

Pregnancy And Childbirth

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