Normal adrenal glands MRI

Case contributed by Bruno Di Muzio


Primary hyperaldosteronism with hypertension.

Patient Data

Age: 55 years
Gender: Female



Both adrenal glands are normal in size and appearances, no focal abnormality or nodularity identified. The adrenal glands enhance normally.  Retroperitoneum appears normal.

The kidneys, visible aspects of the liver, spleen, and pancreas are normal. No lymphadenopathy or free fluid.

Case Discussion

Normal adrenal glands MRI.

Please, refer to the article on normal genitourinary tract imaging examples for more cases like this.  

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