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Aldosterone (Urine 24H)

To determine if your aldosterone levels are abnormal, to help diagnose a hormonal (endocrine) disorder such as primary aldosteronism (PA, Conn syndrome). Aldosterone is a hormone that plays an important role in maintaining normal sodium and potassium concentrations in blood and in controlling blood volume and blood pressure. Aldosterone is produced by the adrenal glands located at the top of each kidney, in their outer portion (called the adrenal cortex). Aldosterone stimulates the retention of sodium (salt) and the elimination of potassium by the kidneys. A variety of conditions can lead to aldosterone overproduction usually just called aldosteronism or underproduction (hypoaldosteronism). Primary aldosteronism is a potentially curable form of hypertension, so it is important to detect and treat it properly.

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