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Table 2 Characteristics of bilateral adrenal tumors larger than 50 mm

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

DiagnosisNumber n = 32Age (years) (mean ± SD)Male/femalediameter (cm) (mean ± SD)
RL
Benign adenoma5 (15.63%)64.80 ± 9.245/02.64 ± 2.045.72 ± 2.96
Cortical carcinoma5 (15.63%)52.40 ± 12.183/28.95 ± 3.125.49 ± 4.51
Myelolipoma2 (6.25%)53.50 ± 6.501/17.85 ± 0.551.40 ± 0.60
Lymphoma2 (6.25%)74 ± 10/24.02 ± 1.496.93 ± 0.53
Gangliocytoma1 (3.13%)541/07.504.00
Pheochromocytoma1 (3.13%)660/16.500.60
Metastatic carcinoma(50.00%)    
 Lung cancer8 (25.00%)62.63 ± 9.146/24.85 ± 3.684.02 ± 1.94
 Kidney cancer2 (6.25%)61.50 ± 1.502/04.90 ± 0.705.15 ± 3.35
 Intestinal malignancy2 (6.25%)64.50 ± 0.502/02.25 ± 0.756.83 ± 0.17
 Prostate cancer1 (3.13%)801/01.806.05
 Urothelial carcinoma1 (3.13%)841/010.734.00
 Liver cancer1 (3.13%)631/05.535.00
 Melanoma1 (3.13%)451/01.9515.16