A 2cm left adrenal tumor was cut in June last year. The pathological result was "adrenocortical adenoma". In November last year, abdominal CT was used for reexamination. The result was "cord like high-density shadow in the left adrenal area", and there was no description of nodules; In October this year, I just had a double kidney MRI, which reported that "there is a fatty signal nodule in the left adrenal gland, 33 * 19 mm." Want to ask: is it a new tumor with such a large size, or the original wound hole?
If there are some abnormal data in adrenal MRI, there may be residual lesions after operation. In this case, if some other test data are normal, it should not matter. Regular review is OK. At this time, we must eat light and have a regular work and rest.
According to the current situation, it is recommended to go to the nephrology department of the local third class hospital for further diagnosis. Usually drink more water and eat more fresh vegetables and fruits. The diet should be light, not spicy and stimulating food. You can't smoke and drink, pay attention to rest, don't work hard, relax pressure and keep a happy mood.
Most of this kind of sebaceous adenoma needs to be treated with surgery. It should be considered that it is a long-term manifestation in the near future. It should have nothing to do with the previous wound. If you don't feel at ease, you can have a magnetic resonance examination.