Published in Medical Imaging Week, July 8th, 2006
According to recent research from the United States, "Adrenal vein sampling is superior to computed tomography for subtype differentiation of primary hyperaldosteronism. This study was a retrospective review of forty-eight patients (32 men and 1.6 women) with biochemically confirmed primary hyperaldosteronism at a university medical center."
F.E. Nwariaku and colleagues, University of Texas, wrote, "We compared demographic factors, results of biochemical and imaging studies (computed tomography and adrenal vein sampling), therapy, and...
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