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Click (Figure 1A, Sagittal T1 Weighted MRI of the brain.) 29-year-old man presented with ACTH-producing neuroendocrine tumor associated with Cushing's syndrome. There is no pituitary or hypothalamic abnormality.

Click (Figure 1B, 111In-pentetreotide [Octreoscan].) Coronal SPECT of the chest) 29-year-old man presented with ACTH-producing neuroendocrine tumor associated with Cushing's syndrome. An abnormal focus of increased radiotracer uptake in the right hilar region is noted.

Click (Figure 1C and 1E, contrast enhanced CT of the chest and abdomen.) 29-year-old man presented with ACTH-producing neuroendocrine tumor associated with Cushing's syndrome. A non-specific 1 cm soft tissue attenuation right hilar lymph node and massive bilateral adrenal hyperplasia are seen.

Click (Figure 1F, contrast enhanced CT of the abdomen.) 29-year-old man presented with ACTH-producing neuroendocrine tumor associated with Cushing's syndrome. Follow up CT post surgical resection of right hilar lymph node shows normalization of bilateral adrenal gland size.