Abstract| Volume 43, ISSUE 12, P2380, December 2017

The incidence of adrenal metastases in primary colorectal cancer

      Aims: Typically, colorectal cancers metastasise to the lung and liver. Adrenal metastases do occur in colorectal malignancies; however extensive liver and lung metastases are generally present in these cases. Current literature has identified very few cases of solitary adrenal metastasis, with most publications being case based. We aimed to identify the incidence of adrenal lesions picked up on staging investigations for new primary colorectal cancers.
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