Nonsuppressible (primary) hypersecretion of aldosterone is an uncommon but underdiagnosed cause of hypertension. The classic presenting signs of primary aldosteronism are hypertension and hypokalemia.
Many subtypes of primary aldosteronism have been described since Conn's original report of the aldosterone-producing adenoma in 1954 [1-3]. The most common subtypes are:
●Bilateral idiopathic hyperaldosteronism
Less common forms include: