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Addison's disease is a severe or total deficiency of the hormones made in the adrenal cortex, caused by the destruction of the cortex. Classical Addison's disease results from a loss of both cortisol and aldosterone secretion due to near total or total destruction of both adrenal glands.
The symptoms which may have lead to the diagnosis of this condition are, a chronic, steadily worsening fatigue due to the slowly progressive loss of cortisol and aldosterone secretion, a loss of appetite, and some weight loss. Blood pressure is low and falls further when a person is standing, p…
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