A confluence of rarities: post sedation neuroexcitation following adrenal perineurioma resection

Vivek Somasundaram, Matthew C. Hernandez, Blake A. Ebner, Andrew L. Folpe, Joaquin J. Garcia, Travis J. McKenzie


Adrenal masses are frequently discovered incidentally and warrant further workup to explore the etiology of the mass. We present the case of a patient who had an incidentally discovered nonfunctional adrenal mass, which was determined to be a perineurioma. This is the first case report, to our knowledge of a perineurioma occurring in this location. Additionally, we report an episode of post sedation excitation, or “propofol frenzy” in the same patient to add to the clinical spectrum of presentation of this phenomenon.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/crcp.v8n1p40


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