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Pseudohyperaldosteronism

Pseudoaldosteronism is a group of disorders that clinically resemble mineralocorticoid excess but laboratory findings show a suppressed aldosterone. These diseases can be caused by increased aldosterone sensitivity or overlapping actions of other steroid hormones on the mineralocorticoid system.

Systematic

Disorder of the aldosterone system
Hyperaldosteronism
Hypoaldosteronism
Pseudohyperaldosteronism
Apparent mineralocorticoid excess
HSD11B2
Liddle syndrome
NEDD4
NEDD4L
NR3C2
OXSR1
SCNN1B
SCNN1G
STK39
Pregnancy exacerbated hypertension
NR3C2
Pseudohypoaldosteronism

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