Hyperaldosteronism - Etiologies of Mineralocorticoid ...

Hyperaldosteronism - Etiologies of Mineralocorticoid Excess

Primary Hyperaldosteronism (Normal or Low Renin, High Aldosterone) 

 - Aldosterone-secreting tumor 

 - Congenital adrenal hyperplasia

Secondary Hyperaldosteronism (High Renin, High Aldosterone)

 - Renovascular disease 

 - Renin-secreting tumor  

Pseudohyperaldosteronism (Normal or Low Renin, Normal or Low Aldosterone)

 - Cushing’s syndrome 

 - Exogenous mineralocorticoids 

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Dr. Gerald Diaz
Board Certified Internal Medicine Hospitalist, GrepMed Editor in Chief 🇵🇭 🇺🇸 - Sign up for an account to like, bookmark and upload images to contribute to our community platform. Follow us on IG:  https://www.instagram.com/grepmed/ | Twitter: https://twitter.com/grepmeded/

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