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Дифференциальная диагностика инциденталом надпочечников

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Инциденталома в широком медицинском понимании является опухолью какого-либо органа, выявленной при радиологическом обследовании случайно (не по поводу болезни данного органа).

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For citation:

Kuznetsov N.S., Beltsevich D.G., Vanushko V.E., Soldatova T.V., Remizov O.V., Kats L.E., Lysenko M.A. Differential diagnostics of adrenal incedentaloma. Endocrine Surgery. 2011;5(1):5-16. (In Russ.)

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