Our Imaging Case of the Month is presented as a part of the Imaging Department's residency teaching program. Each month a resident collaborates with one of our attending imaging physicians to present an interesting case to the Cedars-Sinai medical community. The case is used to teach both imaging and other residents at Cedars-Sinai. Below is the current Case of the Month.
Submitted by Sardius Chen, MD, and Thomas Learch, MD.
A 59-year-old woman with no significant past medical history presents to the emergency department with acute severe left flank pain at a site of previous intermittent pain for a few years. CT scan was performed.
Question 1: An eccentrically located heterogenous left suprarenal mass is identified. Which of the following are present on these selected images? (Choose all that apply)
A. Involvement of the left adrenal gland
B. Renal parenchymal claw sign/defect
C. Retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy
D. Mass abutting the pancreas and small bowel
Portovenous phase CT coronal and axial images: