Adrenalectomy for Primary Aldosteronism: Significant Variability in Work-Up Strategies and Low Guideline Adherence in Worldwide Daily Clinical Practice

W.M.C.M. Vorselaars, D.J. van Beek, D.P.D. Suurd, E. Postma, W. Spiering, I.H.M.B. Rinkes, G.D. Valk, M.R. Vriens, R. Zarnegar, T.J. Fahey, F.T. Drake, Q.Y. Duh, S.D. Talutis, D.B. McAneny, C. McManus, J.M.A. Lee, S.B. Grant, R.H. Grogan, M.R.A. Arenas, N.D. PerrierC. Sturgeon, T. Castelino, E.J. Mitmaker, D.N. Parente, J.D. Pasternak, S.B. Sidhu, M. Sywak, G. D'Amato, M. Raffaelli, V. Schuermans, N.D. Bouvy, H.H. Eker, H.J. Bonjer, A.F. Engelsman, E.J.M.N. van Dijkum, M.N. Kerstens, S. Kruijff, International CONNsortium

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1905-1915
Number of pages11
JournalWorld Journal of Surgery
Volume44
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2020

Keywords

  • confirmatory tests
  • diagnosis
  • hypertension
  • outcomes
  • preferred method
  • prevalence
  • primary hyperaldosteronism
  • pro side
  • saline infusion test
  • select patients
  • PRIMARY HYPERALDOSTERONISM
  • DIAGNOSIS
  • SALINE INFUSION TEST
  • PREFERRED METHOD
  • PREVALENCE
  • SELECT PATIENTS
  • CONFIRMATORY TESTS
  • OUTCOMES
  • HYPERTENSION
  • PRO SIDE

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