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The patient has a bruit which is turbulent blood flow due to something obstructing like stenosis causing renovascular HTN.
if you measure just aldo, what are you expecting? You heard the bruit, you know there's probably stenosis so does a high aldo tell you the cause? Typically the non-invasive approach to assessing renovascular HTN is checking plasma renin.
MR angiography can better explain if the bruit is the reason why the patient has renovascular HTN. We learned in my renal course, gold std is renal arteriography but you can use MRA.