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I read your query and I can understand your concern.
I would suggest considering an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) of the adrenal gland, which could provide clear insights to determine the nature of the condition – whether it is benign or not. It is crucial to note that adrenal incidentalomas measuring less than 1.57 inches should be monitored over time. In cases where the size exceeds 1.57 inches, and the Hounsfield Units (HU) measurement is greater than 10, along with irregular borders, then there could be a possibility of malignancy.
For a more accurate confirmation, it is essential to examine the results of the blood tests as well. While there seems to be a suspicion of adenoma, making a definitive assessment without an MRI scan is challenging.
I understand that this information might be concerning, and I apologize for the unsettling news. However, a more comprehensive evaluation is necessary to move forward. Further assessment will provide a clear understanding of the situation.
I hope this helps.