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1,273 Possible Causes for Accentuated A2 Sound, Diastolic Hypertension, Retinal Vessels Attenuated

  • Hypertension

    Note the generalised tapetal retinal oedema and retinal vessel attenuation.[] Systolic hypertension is more strongly associated with cardiovascular disease than diastolic hypertension, and occurs more commonly in older people.[] […] the development of systolic/diastolic hypertension in later life.[]

  • Preeclampsia

    vessel analysis and blood pressure measurements throughout gestation, he found that those who later developed preeclampsia had significant attenuation early in gestation.[] : Systolic between 130–139 or diastolic between 80–89 mm Hg Stage 2 hypertension: Systolic at least 140 or diastolic at least 90 mm Hg What is gestational hypertension?[] […] epithelium damage and Purtscher like retinopathy have been reported. [2] [3] [4] Risk Factors In a report published by Lupton et al, following normotensive pregnant women with retinal[]

  • Essential Hypertension

    The patient was subsequently returned to full flight status without recurrence of diastolic hypertension at followup 6 months later.[] In addition, influence of the effects of duration of hypertension, diastolic blood pressure values and renal vein renin activity on hemodynamic and arteriographic findings[] Plasma volume measured 19.4 ml per centimeter in normotensive, and 19.6 ml per centimeter in hypertensive men with diastolic pressure less than 105 mm of mercury, and 16.9[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Pregnancy-induced Hypertension

    During pregnancy hypertension is defined as: diastolic blood pressure of 90 mmHg or more on two occasions more than 4 hours apart or a single diastolic blood pressure above[] Severe gestational hypertension is defined as systolic blood pressure more than 160 mm Hg or diastolic more than 110 mm Hg.[] All the patients had diastolic blood pressures of 85 mm Hg or above, proteinuria, and edema. They had no preexisting hypertension, renal disease, or heart disease.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Renal Hypertension

    There are numerous risk factors for renal hypertension such as malignant hypertension, progressive renal impairment, diastolic blood pressure greater than 120 mm Hg, hypertension[] […] unilateral nephrectomy for treatment of renal hypertension were consistently maintained.[] BP sufficiently Role of kidney and sympathetic innervation in control of BP Renal sympathetic nerves play a critical role in the initiation and maintenance of systemic hypertension[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Coarctation of the Aorta

    Patients with clinical history of hypertension or with office systolic BP or diastolic BP (DBP) 90 percentile at the last clinical visit were excluded from the study.[] Hypertension has long been recognized as a risk factor for AF because it is associated with LVH, decreased diastolic function with impaired LV filling, rising left atrial[] Patients under medical treatment for hypertension were excluded from the study.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Conn Syndrome

    Conn syndrome typically presents with diastolic hypertension, metabolic alkalosis, and hypokalemia.[] Who to screen for Hyperaldosteronism • HTN Spontaneous/ low dose diuretic induced hypokalemia • Severe HTN( Systolic 160mm Hg and Diastolic 100 mm Hg) / Drug resistant hypertension[] Clinical presentation • Uncontrolled hypertension • Unexplained hypokalemia 13.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Acute Glomerulonephritis

    We used these data to categorise children by history during the epidemics: The PSGN group had documented oedema (facial swelling or dependent oedema) or hypertension (diastolic[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Scleroderma Renal Disease

    In patients without an existing diagnosis of hypertension and a BP less than 120/70 mm Hg, a persistent increase of 20 mm Hg in systolic BP and 10 mm Hg in diastolic BP should[] […] be managed. 2 In addition, patients with a history of existing hypertension with a sustained BP of more than 150/90 mm Hg warrant prompt evaluation and treatment. 2 The progression[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Malignant Hypertension

    Full blown syndrome characterized by diastolic hypertension 130 mmHg, papilledema retinopathy, encephalopathy, cardiovascular abnormality, and renal failure.[] Elevated diastolic blood pressure, hypertensive retinopathy and renal dysfunction indicated malignant hypertension.[] Read More description In hypertension Malignant hypertension is present when there is a sustained or sudden rise in diastolic blood pressure exceeding 120 mmHg, with accompanying[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated

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