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The isolated elevation of aldosterone is likely from primary hyperaldosteronism also known as conn's disease. It's usually secondary to a small tumor. You should follow with your doctor for treatment.
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It depends on the ratio. It could be just hyperaldosteronism.
Plasma aldosterone (ng/dL) to plasma renin activity (ng/mL/h)
Normal ratio 20-40.
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