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Adrenal hyperplasia

Adrenal hyperplasia refers to nonmalignant growth (enlargement) of the adrenal glands and is a cause of 70% of the cases of Cushing syndrome and 20% of the cases of Conn syndrome. In diffuse hyperplasia, the limbs of the adrenal glands are >5 cm in length and >10mm in thickness thickness. 



Adrenal hyperplasia can be classified according to:

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