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The tissue sample stained strongly for CYP11B2, which encodes aldosterone synthase, nonetheless it stained weakly for CYP11B1, which is in charge of cortisol production . Patient 2, a 26-year-previous primigravida, was admitted to the crisis department when she was 9 weeks pregnant, in 2013, with profound hypokalemia and hypomagnesemia . Her spouse had returned from work to find her unable to stand up. She reported fatigue, muscle tissue cramps, polyuria, and polydipsia. Her blood circulation pressure was 140/86 mm Hg, and she had a suppressed plasma renin level in the presence of marked hyperaldosteronism .