hyperaldosteronism


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Related to hyperaldosteronism: Hypoaldosteronism, Secondary hyperaldosteronism
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Noun1.hyperaldosteronism - a condition caused by overproduction of aldosteronehyperaldosteronism - a condition caused by overproduction of aldosterone
adenosis, gland disease, glandular disease, glandular disorder - a disorder of the glands of the body
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The two main subtypes of primary aldosteronism are idiopathic hyperaldosteronism (IHA), also known as bilateral adrenal hyperplasia, which accounts for two-thirds of all cases, and unilateral aldosterone-producing adenoma, which accounts for the remaining third.
Approximately 20 percent of people with resistant hypertension have hyperaldosteronism (high aldosterone level) and 83 percent of people with resistant hypertension have OSA.
25, 2014) in an article titled "Different Potencies of Angiotensin Receptor Blockers at Suppressing Adrenal Beta-Arrestin1-Dependent Post-Myocardial Infarction Hyperaldosteronism.
The histological data of myelolipoma associated with primary hyperaldosteronism showed high plasma aldosterone, hypokalemia and suppressed plasma renin activity; the histological study showed a myelolipoma with hyperplasia of glomerulosa cells (Fig.
Most commonly, those secondary causes are chronic kidney diseases, renovascular disease, bilateral idiopathic hyperaldosteronism, sleep apnea, and thyroid disease; but less commonly it can be caused by coarctation of the aorta, neuroendocrine tumors, and others.
Venous sampling is used to localise the source of adrenal hormonal secretion, especially in the evaluation of hyperaldosteronism.
Causes of metabolic alkalosis Chloride-responsive Chloride-resistant (U-[Cl-] <5 (U-[Cl-] >40 mmol/l) mmol/l) Gastric fluid losses Hyperaldosteronism (vomiting, nasogastric suction) Apparent mineralocorticoid excess Diuretics (late) syndromes Posthypercapnia Cushing's syndrome Cystic fibrosis Liddle's syndrome Congenital chloride Bartter or Gitelman diarrhoea syndrome Villous adenoma Diuretics (early) Excess bicarbonate administration Table compiled from references 1 and 4.
Hence, the likely cause of hypokalaemia is either primary tubular defect or hyperaldosteronism due to excess urinary sodium loss.
High frequency of primary hyperaldosteronism among hypertensive patients from a primary care area in Sweden.
The exclusion criteria were: history of secondary hypertension, such as hyperaldosteronism, pheochromocytoma, renal artery stenosis, cushing syndrome; presence of target-organ damage (renal failure, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction or cerebrovascular accident 6 months preceeding to the study), second- or third-degree heart block, valvular heart disease; diabetic subjects; hepatic dysfunction; any disease state which judged by the investigator could interfere with trial participation or trial evaluation; known or suspected allergy to the trial product or the related products; and participation in any other clinical studies within 30 days prior to screening.