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Multiple unilateral adrenal adenomas in a patient with primary hyperaldosteronism.Academic Article Why?
Prevalence of primary hyperaldosteronism in mild to moderate hypertension without hypokalaemia.Academic Article Why?
Primary hyperaldosteronism causing posttransplantation hypertension: localization by adrenal vein sampling.Academic Article Why?
The role of radiologic studies in the evaluation and management of primary hyperaldosteronism.Academic Article Why?
The vascular surgeon''s experience with adrenal venous sampling for the diagnosis of primary hyperaldosteronism.Academic Article Why?
Clinical and biochemical characteristics of normotensive patients with primary aldosteronism: a comparison with hypertensive cases.Academic Article Why?
Clinical Outcomes After Unilateral Adrenalectomy for Primary Aldosteronism.Academic Article Why?
Factors influencing outcome of surgery for primary aldosteronism.Academic Article Why?
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Adrenal causes of hypertension.Academic Article Why?
Aldosterone and the risk of hypertension.Academic Article Why?
An evening with Dr. Jerome W. Conn.Academic Article Why?
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Low-renin hypertension with relative aldosterone excess is associated with impaired NO-mediated vasodilation.Academic Article Why?
Mineralocorticoid receptor antagonists and endothelial function.Academic Article Why?
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