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ince the original description of Primary Aldosteronism in 1954 by Dr. Jerome Conn, several studies
have emerged that have added to our understanding of the pathogenesis of the disease, its clinical
manifestations, and the diagnostic criteria that we now employ to arrive at a definitive diagnosis.
This presentation will review the various pathways that aldosterone can produce hypertension, the
cardiovascular complications that result from excessive aldosterone production, and the various tools that
one can use to arrive at a definitive diagnosis of Primary Aldosteronism.
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