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A 13-year-old, previously asymptomatic girl was admitted with features of tuberculous meningitis. She was found to be hypertensive and further investigations revealed an extra-adrenal paraganglioma. Tuberculous meningitis and paraganglioma could be chance associations. Paraganglioma is a very rare and potentially lethal cause of secondary hypertension. We are reporting a very rare disease, which has come to light in a most unexpected manner.


Mary Grace, Paul Cheruvathur, Sinni, L Sasi. Secondary hypertension: A rare cause. Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism. 2011 Jan;15(1):48-50

PMID: 21584168

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