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A 54-year-old woman appears in your office for a new patient visit. She reports a past medical history of hypertension, which she was told was related to "adrenal gland disease." You recall that Conn syndrome and pheochromocytomas are both conditions affecting the adrenal gland that result in hypertension by different mechanisms. Which areas of the adrenal gland are involved in Conn syndrome and pheochromocytomas, respectively?
Zona glomerulosa; zona fasciculata
Zona fasciculata; medulla
Zona glomerulosa; medulla
Medulla; zona reticularis
Zona fasciculata; zona reticularis
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