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Introduction: Aldosteronism

Description of Aldosteronism

Aldosteronism: Excessive production of aldosterone causing low potassium levels, low body acidity, muscle weakness, excess thirst, excess urination and high blood pressure. Also called hyperaldosteronism or Conn's syndrome.

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