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.
|Disorder of the aldosterone system|
|Apparent mineralocorticoid excess|
|Pregnancy exacerbated hypertension|
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