Primary acquired hypoaldosteronism

Kokko, Juha P.
April 1985
Kidney International;Apr1985, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p690
Academic Journal
Focuses on the study concerning the primary acquired hypoaldosteronism. Presentation of a case study involving a woman with the disorder; Periods of weakness experienced by the patient; Result of the urinalysis of the patient.


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