Gordon's syndrome

Gordon's syndrome

[gôr′dənz]
Etymology: Richard D. Gordon, Australian physician, 20th century
a type of pseudohypoaldosteronism with hypertension and hyperkalemia but without salt wasting, thought to be caused by abnormally increased absorption of chloride by the renal tubules. See also pseudohypoaldosteronism.
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The cute youngster is the only person in Scotland with Gordon's Syndrome and could die at any time.