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Hypertension and renal disease.

Hypertension and renal disease.

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Published by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English


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Special issue:Postgraduate medicine. Vol.52. No.3, 1972.

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Pagination263p.
Number of Pages263
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Open LibraryOL14113047M


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High blood pressure affects Hypertension and renal disease. book million adults in the United States [1] and accounts for % of all primary care visits [2]. Renovascular hypertension is one of the most common causes of secondary hypertension and often leads to resistant hypertension.

It is defined as systemic hypertension that manifests secondary to the compromised blood supply to the kidneys, usually due to an occlusive.

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