Letter to the Editor: Very high cortisol concentration in adrenal venous sampling in primary aldosteronism—physiological or pathological

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TK wrote first draft of the letter. All authors critically reviewed, revised and approved the final version of the letter.

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Kalaria, T., Buch, H. & Gama, R. Letter to the Editor: Very high cortisol concentration in adrenal venous sampling in primary aldosteronism—physiological or pathological. Ir J Med Sci (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11845-021-02547-w

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