Recent Examples of pheochromocytoma from the Web
Lisa Sanders’s pheochromocytoma case study made me weep.
Individuals can have more adrenaline than normal in times of physical or psychological stress, but levels this high strongly suggested that the patient had an adrenaline-producing tumor known as a pheochromocytoma or pheo.
Donations in memory of Jessica Lum may be made to find a cure for pheochromocytoma.
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Origin and Etymology of pheochromocytoma
First Known Use: 1929See Words from the same year
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