An adrenal, identified by its relationship with the kidneys, grossly enlarged and largely replaced by
This man was admitted to hospital on 8th October 1977 after he had collapsed. Four months
prior to that he had developed a left-sided hemiparesis. A chest X-ray showed an atalectatic area in
the right lower lobe; brain scan showed a possible tumour in the right parietal region. He died in
February 1978 and, at autopsy, a carcinoma of the main left lower lobe bronchus was found, with
secondary deposits in brain, liver, adrenal and bone; the tumour was a small cell carcinoma.