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A 25 year old male who appears to have Marfans syndrome presents with headache, anxiety, weight loss and palpitations. He is found to be hypertensive. He also has a swelling in his neck. There is some evidence of neuromas. A 24 hour urinary catecholamine confirms phaeochromocytoma. What is the most likely underlying diagnosis?

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