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Anomalous responses to stimulation and suppression tests in Cushing's syndrome due to a calcified adrenal adenoma
  1. S. Epstein,
  2. E. H. McLaren,
  3. A. R. Goldin


    A case of Cushing's syndrome, due to an adrenal adenoma, which responded to dexamethasone with a rise in plasma urinary steroids is described. Further unusual features were radiologically visible calcification and a response to ACTH stimulation.

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