Year 2011 Vol. 19 No 4

PRACTICAL CASES

A.P. VASILEVICH, A.I. PROTASEVICH, O.A. KUDELICH, A.A. TROYANOV, O.A. YUDINA

GIANT CYST OF THE LEFT ADRENAL GLAND: DIAGNOSTIC DIFFICULTY IN THE PREOPERATIVE PERIOD

The case of successful treatment of a rare surgical pathology a giant cyst of the left adrenal gland is presented. Difficulty of diagnostics in the preoperative period is shown, the operation course is described and recommendations are made.

Keywords: an adrenal gland, a giant cyst, treatment
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