A rare hereditary disorder characterized by high blood pressure in children or young adults is known as Liddle Syndrome. There are no specific symptoms observed in an affected person. However, low levels of potassium in the blood, which can cause weakness, pain, fatigue, constipation and heart palpitations may indicate this condition. It can cause life-threatening heart diseases or stroke if it is left untreated.
HOW IS LIDDLE SYNDROME DIAGNOSED?
Dr. Grant Liddle discovered this condition. Hence it was named after him.