renovascular hypertension

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renovascular hypertension

Renovascular hypertension

Renovascular hypertension

renovascular hypertension

Aldosterone Contributes to Sympathoexcitation in Renovascular Hypertension

Where do we stand with renovascular hypertension?

Neurofibromatosis and renovascular hypertension presenting in early pregnancy.

Mesangial hyperplasia in a patient with renovascular hypertension and proteinuria.

The young girl with renovascular hypertension of unknown origin.

Reversal of Experimental Renovascular Hypertension Restores Coronary Microvascular Function and Architecture

Hypercholesterolemia Impairs Nonstenotic Kidney Outcomes After Reversal of Experimental Renovascular Hypertension

Captopril renography and duplex Doppler sonography in the diagnosis of renovascular hypertension.

Renovascular hypertension after renal transplantation—don't look only after the graft artery

Losartan Reduces Oxidative Stress Within the Rostral Ventrolateral Medulla of Rats With Renovascular Hypertension

Chronic renovascular hypertension is associated with elevated levels of neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin

Malignant hypertension secondary to renovascular disease during infancy—an unusual cause of failure to thrive

Results of surgical treatment for renovascular hypertension in children: 30 year single centre experience

Influence of aldosterone vs endothelin receptor antagonism on renovascular function in liquorice‐induced hypertension

Renovascular hypertension after renal transplantation—don't look only after the graft artery


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Disease affecting the arterial supply to the kidneys, leading to ischaemia and resultant stimulation of the renin-*angiotensin-aldosterone axis. In the major vessels, the most common cause is atheromatous plaque disease. Other causes are fibromuscular dysplasia and Takayasu’s disease.

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