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pathology ch 10 endocrine rad apearence

May show as a “ground glass” appearance on x-ray primary hyperthyroidism
May show “cold spots” on radioactive iodide scans thyroid carcinoma
May show as adynamic ileus or cardiomegaly in adults hypothyroidism
May show as delayed growth of ossification centers or bone age in children hypothyroidism
May be seen as cardiomegaly or enlarged thyroid on x-ray hyperthyroidism
Can be seen on MRI of the sella turcica hypopituitarism
May be seen as thickened heel pads or skull bones, lengthened mandible, enlarged sinuses or expanded sella turcica on x-ray hyperpituitarism
Appears as a fine granular appearance of the adrenal medulla or downward displacement of the kidney neuroblastoma
Is a common contraindication for IV contrast pheochromocytoma
Uses radiographic imaging only to localize a tumor pheochromocytoma
May be seen on x-ray as a small heart or calcified cartilage in the ear addison’s disease
Adrenocortical insufficiency or hypocortisolism addison’s disease
May appear as osteoporosis, aseptic necrosis, or adrenal tumors on x-ray cushing’s syndrome
Created by: annaluz87