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An incidental large adrenal schwannoma: A case report.

Adrenal schwannoma is a rare tumor of Schwann cell origin that represents less than 0.2% of all adrenal tumors. These typically benign tumors are most often found in the head, neck, and limbs. However, schwannomas can also rarely occur rarely in the adrenal gland within the retroperitoneal cavity. In the adrenal gland, these tumors arise from the medulla and are difficult to diagnose, often misdiagnosed as other benign or malignant entities. In this article, we report the case of a 43-year-old female with a large left adrenal mass revealed by biopsy to be a schwannoma. We focus on the use of radiological imaging modalities and immunohistochemical analysis to optimize diagnosis and treatment intervention of this rare tumor.

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