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Case Report

SETB. 2009; 43(1): 48-50

2 cases of heredıtary pheochromosıtoma

Sibel Oba, İnci Paksoy, Fatma Gündoğan, Surhan Çınar, Özgür Özbağrıaçık.

Pheochromositoma is a rare tumor seen generally in middle aged group patients. This tumor is generally bilateral and much more rarely seen in peadiatric patients. In this study we present two peadiatric siblings cases of hereditary pheochromositoma and discuss their anesthesia characteristics.

Key words: Pheochromositoma, hereditary, peadiatric, anesthesia

Article Language: Turkish English

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