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Fatty Tumor of the Liver in a Patient With Cushing's Syndrome

Fatty Tumor of the Liver in a Patient With Cushing's Syndrome Abstract • Cushing's syndrome is occasionally associated with unusual deposition of fat. A case is reported of fatty mass of the liver in a patient with nodular adrenal hyperplasia. (Arch Intern Med 1983;143:1605-1606) References 1. Teates CD: Steroid-induced mediastinal lipomatosis. Radiology 1970;96:501-502.Crossref 2. Price JE, Rigler LG: Widening of the mediastinum resulting from fat accumulation. Radiology 1970;96:497-500.Crossref 3. Santini LC, Williams JL: Mediastinal widening (presumable lipomatosis) in Cushing's syndrome. N Engl J Med 1971;284:1357-1359.Crossref 4. Wolf A, Lobenwein-Weinegg E, Pinggera WF, et al: Steroid-induced mediastinal lipomatosis following kidney transplantation. Wien Z Inn Med 1973;54:248-253. 5. Zamrazil V, Nemec J, Starka L, et al: Pseudotumor fat-induced mediastinal enlargement in Cushing's syndrome. Cas Lek Cesk 1974;113:516-519. 6. Herrera Pombo JL, Diaz Curiel M: Mediastinal lipomatosis in Cushing's syndrome. Rev Clin Esp 1975;139:153-156. 7. Stummvoll HK, Wolf A, Pinggera WF, et al: Rare localizations of fat deposition in iatrogenous Cushing's syndrome. MMW 1976;118:445-446. 8. Van De Putte LB, Wagenaar JPM, San KH: Paracardiac lipomatosis in exogenous Cushing's syndrome. Thorax 1973;28:653-656.Crossref 9. Lipson SJ, Naheedy MH, Kaplan MM, et al: Spinal stenosis caused by epidural lipomatosis in Cushing's syndrome. N Engl J Med 1980;302:36.Crossref 10. Lee M, Lekias J, Gubbay SS, et al: Spinal cord compression by extradural fat after renal transplantation. Med J Aust 1975;1:201-203. 11. Lucena GE, Bennett WM, Pierre RV: 'Dewlap': A corticosteroid-induced episternal fatty tumor. N Engl J Med 1966;275:834-835.Crossref 12. Sowerbutts JG: Some uses for presacral oxygen insufflation. J Faculty Radiol 1959;10:201-206.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Fatty Tumor of the Liver in a Patient With Cushing's Syndrome

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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1983 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
0003-9926
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1538-3679
DOI
10.1001/archinte.1983.00350080127029
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Abstract

Abstract • Cushing's syndrome is occasionally associated with unusual deposition of fat. A case is reported of fatty mass of the liver in a patient with nodular adrenal hyperplasia. (Arch Intern Med 1983;143:1605-1606) References 1. Teates CD: Steroid-induced mediastinal lipomatosis. Radiology 1970;96:501-502.Crossref 2. Price JE, Rigler LG: Widening of the mediastinum resulting from fat accumulation. Radiology 1970;96:497-500.Crossref 3. Santini LC, Williams JL: Mediastinal widening (presumable lipomatosis) in Cushing's syndrome. N Engl J Med 1971;284:1357-1359.Crossref 4. Wolf A, Lobenwein-Weinegg E, Pinggera WF, et al: Steroid-induced mediastinal lipomatosis following kidney transplantation. Wien Z Inn Med 1973;54:248-253. 5. Zamrazil V, Nemec J, Starka L, et al: Pseudotumor fat-induced mediastinal enlargement in Cushing's syndrome. Cas Lek Cesk 1974;113:516-519. 6. Herrera Pombo JL, Diaz Curiel M: Mediastinal lipomatosis in Cushing's syndrome. Rev Clin Esp 1975;139:153-156. 7. Stummvoll HK, Wolf A, Pinggera WF, et al: Rare localizations of fat deposition in iatrogenous Cushing's syndrome. MMW 1976;118:445-446. 8. Van De Putte LB, Wagenaar JPM, San KH: Paracardiac lipomatosis in exogenous Cushing's syndrome. Thorax 1973;28:653-656.Crossref 9. Lipson SJ, Naheedy MH, Kaplan MM, et al: Spinal stenosis caused by epidural lipomatosis in Cushing's syndrome. N Engl J Med 1980;302:36.Crossref 10. Lee M, Lekias J, Gubbay SS, et al: Spinal cord compression by extradural fat after renal transplantation. Med J Aust 1975;1:201-203. 11. Lucena GE, Bennett WM, Pierre RV: 'Dewlap': A corticosteroid-induced episternal fatty tumor. N Engl J Med 1966;275:834-835.Crossref 12. Sowerbutts JG: Some uses for presacral oxygen insufflation. J Faculty Radiol 1959;10:201-206.Crossref

Journal

Archives of Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 1, 1983

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