Conn’s Syndrome: This is basically primary hyperaldosteronism. It will cause hypernatreamia and hypokalaemia. It is a recognised cause of hypertension – but it is rare. It can also cause alkylosis (due to the exchange of sodium for hydrogen by some channels in the tubule). This links to brief synopsis of Conn's Syndrome on almostadoctor.co.uk
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Find out more about the diagnostic significance of contralateral aldosterone suppression for the subtype diagnosis in primary aldosteronism.
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