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Answer 6
  1. None of the above. The most common malignant lesion of the adrenal gland is metastatic carcinoma. In a review of all adrenal lesions found on CT in 5 years at a single institution, over 50% were obvious metastasis.4 Adrenal adenoma is a common benign lesion of the adrenal gland. Adrenocortical carcinoma and malignant pheochromocytoma of the adrenal gland are far less common than metastatic cancer.

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    4. Herrera MF, Grant CS, van Heerden JA, et al. Incidentally discovered adrenal tumors: an institutional perspective. Surgery 1991;110:1014-21.

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