Familial hypoaldosteronism

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A rare genetic hypoaldosteronism that typically presents in infancy (earl-onset familial hypoaldosternism) as a life-threatening electrolyte imbalance (failure to thrive recurrent vomiting and severe dehydration). A history of fever diarrhoea lethargy poor weight gain poor feeding since birth may also be present. Older subjects (late-onset familial hypoaldosteronism) are less severely affected or asymptomatic.

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