Adrenal tumours are often diagnosed by chance, and there are many types of tumours depending on their structure. However, it is possible to clarify what kind of tumour it is - actually adenoma, pheochromocytoma, lipoma, cyst, hemangioma, teratoma, neurofibroma, sarcoma, adrenal cancer or something else is possible only with a detailed full examination. It is advisable to carry out such an examination is a leading clinic, which has the appropriate equipment and experienced doctors.
Such a clinic is the Israeli hospital Tel Aviv Medical Clinic. Our clinic employs a real team of professionals who have been treating adrenal diseases for more than 10 years. Our doctors have a wealth of practical experience and extensive knowledge. We use unique methods of therapy and original drugs. Our department is equipped with the latest equipment. The clinic has established rates at the state level. Thus, you get a wide range of services at an affordable price.
If you notice the occurrence of the following symptoms, you should immediately consult a doctor:
- Weight gain or loss;
- Violation of the heartbeat;
- Increase or decrease in blood pressure;
- Pain in the abdomen;
- Increased fatigue;
- Darkening of the skin;
- The occurrence of partial paralysis;
- Excessive hairiness of the skin.
Symptoms of the disease depend on the hormone produced by the tumour.
To make the correct diagnosis, doctors use the following types of research:
- Analysis of blood and urine;
- Hormonal research;
- MRI or CT;
- Ultrasound of the abdominal cavity;
Based on the data obtained, the specialist will draw up an individual therapy regimen, taking into account the general condition of the patient and the development of pathology.
A non-hormonal and benign small adenoma should be observed at least once a year. The doctor controls the size of the tumour according to the CT scan without contrast enhancement, cortisol and some other blood parameters. If there is no dynamics, then no treatment is needed. This type of adenoma occurs most often, while in other cases, surgery is used. The department's surgeons operate in a minimally invasive way, which is effective and safe. If the formation cannot be removed physically, conservative treatment is used.