Hearing loss-familial salivary gland insensitivity to aldosterone syndrome
Synonyms: Tungland-Bellman syndrome
Hearing loss-familial salivary gland insensitivity to aldosterone syndrome is characterised by bilateral moderate-to-severe sensorineural hearing loss and salivary gland insensitivity to aldosterone resulting in hyponatremia. It has been described in two brothers. Transmission appeared to be autosomal recessive.
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