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What risks are associated with primary hyperaldosteronism?

Patients with primary hyperaldosteronism who do nothing are at risk of developing the complications associated with untreated high blood pressure. These complications include heart attack and heart failure, kidney damage and kidney failure, and stroke. Patients with suspected primary hyperaldosteronism should seek proper diagnosis and treatment to avoid these harmful complications.

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