College of American Pathologists
CAP Committees & Leadership CAP Calendar of Events Estore CAP Media Center CAP Foundation
About CAP    Career Center    Contact Us      
Search: Search
  [Advanced Search]  
CAP Home CAP Advocacy CAP Reference Resources and Publications CAP Education Programs CAP Accreditation and Laboratory Improvement CAP Members
CAP Home > December Case of the Month

2011 — December Case of the Month

Posted December 20, 2011

CLINICAL SUMMARY: Adrenal gland  

CAP Foundation December 2011 Online Case of the Month

View case with:
PC users: ImageScope
First-time use of ImageScope?
* Download (required)

Why use ImageScope?

ImageScope offers many additional features including:

• Ability to view multiple slides
  concurrently; synchronize

• Facility to author annotations.

• Capability to run analysis
  algorithms, and display results.

• Modify image brightness,
  contrast, color balance,

• Generally faster and more

MAC/PC Users: WebViewer

A 54-year-old woman presented with a large retroperitoneal tumor between the right lobe of her liver and kidney. MRI revealed a right adrenal mass which was excised. Received was a lobulated mass weighing 1630 g and measuring 18.0 x 18.0 x 10.0 cm. The external surface was smooth and encapsulated. Upon sectioning, a rim of normal-appearing adrenal gland was present. The cut surface was red-brown with patchy yellow areas, some of which had a gelatinous consistency.

The master list with the correct answer

  • Angiomyolipoma
  • Extramedullary hematopoiesis
  • Extramedullary myeloid tumor
  • Lipoma
  • Liposarcoma
  • Myelolipoma
  • Neuroblastoma

Access Case Critique to view:

  • Appropriate diagnosis
  • Critique
  • References

Your input is valued - please submit your feedback so that we may continue to optimize this program.

 © 2014 College of American Pathologists. All rights reserved. | Terms and Conditions | CAP ConnectFollow Us on FacebookFollow Us on LinkedInFollow Us on TwitterFollow Us on YouTubeFollow Us on FlickrSubscribe to a CAP RSS Feed