endocrinoma

en·do·cri·no·ma

(en'dō-kri-nō'mă),
Obsolete term for a tumor with endocrine tissue that retains the function of the parent organ, usually to an excessive degree.

en·do·cri·no·ma

(en'dō-kri-nō'mă)
A tumor with endocrine tissue that retains the function of the parent organ, usually to an excessive degree.
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reported a diffuse leiomyoma of the ureter as a complication of multiple endocrinoma (MEN) type 1.10 Shailesh et al, reported that if preoperative studies and intraoperative findings strongly suggest a benign lesion, some urologists recommend a ureterotomy and biopsy of the lesion for frozen section
Somatostatinoma/inhibitory sindrome: a satistical evaluation of 173 reported cases as compared to other pancreatic endocrinomas. J Exp Clin Cancer Res 1999;18:133141.