Conn syndrome

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Related to Conns Syndrome: Addisons Disease, Addison's disease, aldosterone, hyperaldosteronism, pheochromocytoma, phaeochromocytoma, Cushing syndrome, SIADH

pri·mar·y al·dos·ter·on·ism

an adrenocortical disorder caused by excessive secretion of aldosterone and characterized by headaches, nocturia, polyuria, fatigue, hypertension, potassium depletion, hypokalemic alkalosis, hypervolemia, and decreased plasma renin activity; may be associated with small benign adrenocortical adenomas.

pri·mar·y al·dos·te·ron·ism

(prī'mar-ē al-dos'tĕr-ōn-izm)
An adrenocortical disorder caused by excessive secretion of aldosterone and characterized by headaches, nocturia, polyuria, fatigue, hypertension, potassium depletion, hypokalemic alkalosis, hypervolemia, and decreased plasma renin activity; may be associated with small, benign adrenocortical adenomas.
Synonym(s): Conn syndrome, idiopathic aldosteronism.

Conn,

Jerome, U.S. physician, 1907-1981.
Conn syndrome - an adrenocortical disorder caused by excessive secretion of aldosterone. Synonym(s): primary aldosteronism

pri·mar·y al·dos·te·ron·ism

(prī'mar-ē al-dos'tĕr-ōn-izm)
An adrenocortical disorder caused by excessive secretion of aldosterone.
Synonym(s): Conn syndrome, idiopathic aldosteronism.