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This is a less common variant of MEN-II accounting for about 5% of cases. The major glands involved are the thyroid gland (C cell), adrenal medulla, and mucocutaneous neuromas. There is an absence of parathyroid involvement.

Some classify this syndrome as MEN-III.

Last reviewed 01/2018