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1,776 Possible Causes for Diastolic Hypertension, Retinal Vessels Attenuated, Subclavian Steal Syndrome

  • Arterial Embolism

    Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal artery sparing Chronic signs of retinal artery occlusion include pale optic disc, thinned retinal tissue, attenuated vessels[] Causes of right-to-left shunting include the following: Right atrial hypertension Right ventricular hypertension Right ventricular failure with increased end-diastolic pressure[] […] signs, but with significantly higher right ventricular pressures, right ventricular hypertrophy and diastolic dysfunction, and a higher degree of tricuspid regurgitation.[]

  • 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.[]

    Missing: Subclavian Steal Syndrome
  • Renal Arteritis

    All were hypertensive, with a mean systolic and diastolic blood pressure of 161.5 36 and 106.5 31 mmHg, respectively. RAS was present in 45 (76.3 %) children.[] After reviewing the MRA images, we could infer, besides all the aforementioned findings, the patient also suffered of subclavian steal syndrome, as she had an occlusion of[] Sometimes the term benign hypertension is used to call the mild to moderate hypertension.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • 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[]

    Missing: Subclavian Steal Syndrome
  • Arteriosclerosis

    Similar results were obtained in the multivariate logistic regression of left ventricular diastolic dysfunction (LVDD).[] Studies on hypertension demonstrate an average drop of 10.9% in Systolic Blood Pressure and a 9.7 percent drop in Diastolic Blood Pressure.2,3,4 A study conducted with natto[] View Article PubMed Google Scholar Kannel WB: Fifty years of Framingham Study contributions to understanding hypertension.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Hypertensive Crisis

    A patient without a diagnosis of hypertension may have a hypertensive crisis with a lower blood pressure documented (lower than 180 systolic or 120 diastolic).[] If the retinal vasculature retains autoregulation ability, vessels will maintain a small caliber to cope with high blood pressure.[] […] died, whereas only 13% had severe diastolic hypertension in the hours preceding a stroke ( 10 ).[]

    Missing: Subclavian Steal Syndrome
  • Takayasu Arteritis

    Echocardiography detected two patients with diastolic dysfunction and one with systolic dysfunction and global hypokinesia.[] On the other hand, stenoses in the subclavian arteries in the regions proximal to a patent vertebral artery can lead to the so-called subclavian steal syndrome; The backflow[] Syncope may result from subclavian steal syndrome or carotid sinus hypersensitivity. 2 In this case, syncope while looking up and turning her head was caused by the latter[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Eclampsia

    , systolic and diastolic pressure and mean arterial pressure levels, was increased in the RPLS group compared with that in the non-RPLS group (P[] 389 392 Sturge-Weber Syndrome 390 393 Subclavian Steal Syndrome 391 394 Subphrenic Abscess 392 395 Substance Abuse Disorder (Perioperative) 393 396 Supratentorial Brain Tumors[] Abstract Preeclampsia was formerly defined as a multisystemic disorder characterized by new onset of hypertension (i.e. systolic blood pressure (SBP) 140 mmHg and/or diastolic[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Hyperplasia of the Renal Artery

    Physical exam extremities may have edema if volume overloaded abdomen abdominal or flank bruit through systole and diastole Imaging Ultrasound indications often initial imaging[] FMD present in the subclavian artery may cause arm weakness, parenthesis, claudication, and subclavial steal syndrome. [6] Children [ edit ] Children with FMD often report[] Sometimes the term benign hypertension is used to call the mild to moderate hypertension.[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated
  • Dissecting Aortic Aneurysm

    The physical exam revealed hypertension with an average systolic pressure of 160 mmHg and an average diastolic pressure of 95 mmHg.[] […] or carotid steal syndrome.[] Hypotension Interarm blood pressure differential greater than 20 mm Hg Signs of aortic regurgitation (eg, bounding pulses, wide pulse pressure, diastolic murmurs) Findings[]

    Missing: Retinal Vessels Attenuated

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