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Table 1 Clinical features of adrenal tumors larger than 5 cm in diameter

From: Clinical analysis of adrenal lesions larger than 5 cm in diameter (an analysis of 251 cases)

DiagnosisNumber, n = 251Age (years) (mean ± SD)Male/femaleDiameter (cm) (mean ± SD)Location right/left
Adrenal cyst49 (19.52%)42.51 ± 14.2821/288.19 ± 2.9718/31
Pheochromocytoma47 (18.73%)50.21 ± 15.0224/237.46 ± 2.4621/26
Benign adenoma42 (16.73%)58.24 ± 13.6420/226.38 ± 1.6721/21
Myelolipoma18 (7.17%)56.22 ± 11.396/128.58 ± 2.0316/2
Gangliocytoma8 (3.19%)41.13 ± 13.746/27.85 ± 2.735/3
Schwannoma2 (0.80%)57.50 ± 8.500/28.55 ± 3.051/1
Teratoma3 (1.20%)49.00 ± 12.570/39.30 ± 1.382/1
Hemangioma2 (0.80%)42.50 ± 14.500/29.37 ± 2.872/0
Cortical carcinoma22 (8.76%)55.05 ± 15.899/138.97 ± 3.3313/9
Small cell carcinoma3 (1.20%)41.33 ± 8.652/19.90 ± 5.771/2
Lymphoma3 (1.20%)66.67 ± 10.400/36.48 ± 0.760/3
Melanoma1 (0.40%)540/19.50/1
Metastase43 (17.13%)63.91 ± 11.1634/97.64 ± 2.9924/19
Undefined8 (3.19%)57.25 ± 12.104/47.85 ± 3.882/6