7 year old male child, presented with c/o pain abdomen for 10- 15 days. He was evaluated and USG abdomen and CECT abdomen showed a large, well capsulated right adrenal mass of size approximately 6X7 cm. The evaluation was suggestive of a benign non functioning adrenal mass. He underwent successful laparoscopic excision of the adrenal mass. The biopsy was suggestive of benign adrenal mass (Ganglioneuroma). Post operative period was uneventful.
- Laparoscopic approach for adrenal mass is preferred and safe option for management of such tumors.
- It avoids large incision and morbidity of open surgery.
- It ensures early recovery with excellent outcome.