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Aldosteronoma in childhood: a review of clinical features and management


, : Aldosteronoma in childhood: a review of clinical features and management. Journal of Pediatric Surgery 29(10): 1388-1391

Primary hyperaldosteronism is rare in children and usually results from bilateral adrenocortical hyperplasia. Adrenal adenoma causing primary hyperaldosteronism (aldosteronoma) in children is even rarer, with only eight reported cases in children under 18 years of age. Aldosteronoma is a very rare, correctable cause of childhood hypertension. A review of all the reported cases, including that of the authors, is presented. Also discussed are the available biochemical and radiological investigations, the preoperative medical management, the surgical treatment, and the postoperative management.

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