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1,400 Possible Causes for Malignant Hypertension

  • Hypertension

    […] in women, Oral contraceptives, Hormone replacement therapy, Hypertension in pregnancy, Metabolic syndrome, Resistant hypertension, Hypertensive emergencies, Malignant hypertension[] Malignant hypertension is a medical emergency and requires immediate therapy and hospitalization. Get unlimited access to all of Britannica’s trusted content.[] […] renal disease or known organic cause. 401 Essential hypertension 401.0 Malignant essential hypertension convert 401.0 to ICD-10-CM 401.1 Benign essential hypertension convert[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Malignant hypertension may require treatment with vasodilators (e.g., nitroprusside) or alpha-adrenergic antagonists.[] ., CNS depression).The management of severe Adderall toxicity requires aggressive intervention to avoid malignant hypertension, rhabdomyolysis, hyperthermia and seizures.[]

  • Hypertensive Crisis

    In the Netherlands the number of patients starting renal replacement therapy because of 'malignant hypertension' has increased in the past two decades.[] Accelerated hypertension; Arteriolar nephrosclerosis; Nephrosclerosis - arteriolar; Hypertension - malignant; High blood pressure - malignant Malignant hypertension is very[] As many as 1% of patients with essential hypertension develop malignant hypertension, but the reason why some patients develop malignant hypertension whereas others do not[]

  • Preeclampsia

    TMA is a term used to describe a group of clinically diverse entities, such as hemolytic uremic syndrome and malignant hypertension, among others, that are defined by a primary[] […] heart and chronic kidney disease 642.2 hemorrhage 641.9 hepatitis (acute) (malignant) (subacute) 646.7 viral 647.6 herniation of uterus 654.4 high head at term 652.5 hydatidiform[] (asymptomatic) (history of) (inactive) 647.6 goiter 648.1 gonococcal infection (conditions classifiable to 098 ) 647.1 gonorrhea (conditions classifiable to 098 ) 647.1 hypertensive[]

  • Vasculitis

    ; Malignancies P25/23 Sjögren Pathology: 3 facets Capillaries & Endothelial cells Pathological features May be early pathological feature Malformation Increased permeability[] Restricted chest wall movement Renal dysfunction: 2 Vascular intimal hyperplasia Malignancies: Increased association Treatment-associated Scar cancer: In fibrotic lung tissue[] Laboratory: CK elevation Ku Scleroderma overlap syndrome Laboratory: CK high B23 Syndrome association: Limited cutaneous disease Clinical associations: Pulmonary arterial hypertension[]

  • Hypertensive Encephalopathy

    Test results led to a diagnosis of malignant hypertension.[] Abstract Malignant hypertension and hypertensive encephalopathy are life-threating manifestations of hypertension.[] Two cases are reported as follows: 1) 1 female patient with accelerated-malignant hypertension secondary to an aldosterone-producing adrenal adenoma; and 2) 1 female patient[]

  • Nephrotic Syndrome

    Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis : HIV, Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertensive Nephrosclerosis.[] (cancer) Bacterial infections, e.g. leprosy & syphilis Protozoal infections, e.g. malariaFocal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) Hypertensive nephrosclerosis HIV Obesity[] These three causes are, in turn, usually associated with other pathological conditions: Minimal Change Disease (MCD) : Drugs, Malignancy (particularly hematologic malignancies[]

  • Lupus Nephritis

    hypertension-like lesions (n 24); (3) vasculitis (n 8); (4) arterio-arteriosclerosis (n 20).[] […] of malignancy.[] The endothelial pattern of injury can also be caused by nonimmunologic mechanisms, such as shear-stress in malignant hypertension, bacterial toxins in verocytotoxin-induced[]

  • Renal Arteritis

    The stenosis of the renal artery induced by TA might lead to malignant hypertension, severe renal damage, cardiac decompensation, and even early death. [5] Arterial hypertension[] Lesions of the kidney in malignant hypertension are similar to that seen in scleroderma, which ultimately produces malignant hypertension.[] hypertension, severe renal impairment, cardiac decompensation and premature death. 3 Case report A sixty-five year-old female, born and living in Pelotas, a former smoker[]

  • Renal Hypertension

    Advanced (malignant) Renal Hypertension with arteriolar nephrosclerosis Most people with mild hypertension (benign) have some degree of arteriolar sclerosis (hardening and[] There are numerous risk factors for renal hypertension such as malignant hypertension, progressive renal impairment, diastolic blood pressure greater than 120 mm Hg, hypertension[] Table of contents (6 chapters) Table of contents (6 chapters) Modern Drug Therapy Pages 1-39 Malignant Hypertension Isles, C. G.[]

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