An 18-month-old girl with Cushing syndrome and virilization was found to have bilateral suprarenal masses which, at surgical removal, proved to be an adrenal ganglioneuroblastoma and an adrenal adenoma. One year after surgery the patient was without evidence of recurrent disease.
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