Pheochomocytoma: Symptoms of pheochromocytoma include hypertension, palpitations, tachycardia, glucose intolerance, excessive sweating, and constipation.
Manifestations of Addison disease include weakness, fatigability, hypoglycemia and related metabolic problems, lowered response to stressors, hyperpigmentation, vitiligo, and manifestations of hypovolemia and hyperkalemia.
Hypertension and hypokalemia are the hallmarks of Conn disease.
Weight gain is the most common feature in Cushing disease and results from the accumulation of adipose tissue in the trunk, facial, and cervical areas. These characteristic patterns of fat deposition have been described as "truncal obesity," "moon face," and "buffalo hump."