The current epidemic of primary aldosteronism: causes and consequences.

Abstract

Until recently, primary aldosteronism was considered to be a rare cause of identifiable or secondary hypertension. Over the past 10 years, a steadily growing number of reports have claimed that this condition is much more common, present in 5-40% of all hypertensive patients, which translates into many millions of patients. The primary basis for this… (More)

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