Decreased Serum Aldosterone
Suggested Additional Lab Testing
Serum potassium usually elevated
Low serum sodium
Normal or elevated plasma renin
In most cases, elevated serum potassium and low or low-normal serum sodium
Low renin production with certain causes of secondary hypoaldosteronism but normal or elevated with other causes
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