Carney triad

The Carney triad (not to be confused with the Carney complex) is a rare syndrome defined by the coexistence of three tumours:

In most cases, only 2 of the 3 tumours are present at the time of diagnosis. It typically affects young people.

Hisotry and etymology

First described by J. Aidan Carney and colleagues in 1977.

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rID: 1055
Section: Syndromes
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    Case 1: carotid body tumour
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