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3,262 Possible Causes for Renal Hypertension

  • Chronic Pyelonephritis

    Chronic pyelonephritis is one of the first places among the causes of renal hypertension.[] Surgical removal of renal tissue is not recommended in patients with depressed renal function unless the hypertension is malignant and uncontrolled.[] , renal insufficiency or a combination of these features.[]

  • Fabry Disease

    The subsequent organ damage that manifests in childhood and early adulthood presents a widely variable clinical picture of pain, hypertension, and cardiac, renal, nervous[] Moreover, there is a greater prevalence of hypertension, cardiac disease, and renal disease in patients affected by Fabry disease that have suffered a stroke.[] At the age of 31, he underwent a renal biopsy with a diagnosis of hypertension-induced nephroangiosclerosis.[]

  • Nephroblastoma

    At times, patients newly diagnosed as having Wilms tumor experience abdominal pain and hematuria from invasion of the renal pelvis or hypertension from compression of the[] In addition to this paediatric renal tumour, the coexistence of juvenile arterial hypertension suggests an associated vascular defect.[] renal artery, each consequence occurring in approximately 25% of cases.[]

  • Renal Arteritis

    Takayasu arteritis (TA) involving the renal artery can result in hypertension (HTN), renal dysfunction, and premature death.[] : Takayasu arteritis (TA) involving the renal artery can result in hypertension, renal dysfunction, and premature death.[] 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[]

  • Renal Vascular Disorder

    Section Benign nephrosclerosis (BNS) Most common renal disease in essential hypertension Pathogenesis Hyaline arteriolosclerosis of arterioles in the renal cortex.[] Renal hypertension (high blood pressure) Hypertension is a leading cause of end stage renal disease (ESRD).[] While fibromuscular dysplasia can occur anywhere in the body, it often presents in the renal arteries, causing renal hypertension and poor kidney function.[]

  • Renal Artery Thrombosis

    The case of a 13 year old girl with renal artery thrombosis and hypertension is described.[] Hypertension was found in four patients after unilateral renal-artery thrombosis following blunt abdominal trauma.[] Abstract Renal arterial thrombosis from blunt trauma causes delayed hypertension in many patients, but few reports have been well documented.[]

  • Urinary Tract Obstruction

    The first two sections review renal basic science and describe current diagnostic tools.[] Renal arteriovenous malformation mimicking hydronephrosis. J Clin Ultrasound 1998;21:95–7. CrossRef Google Scholar 10.[] "Uncontrolled hypertension is associated with a rapid progression of nephropathy in type 2 diabetic patients with proteinuria and preserved renal function".[]

  • Hyperplasia of the Renal Artery

    The arterial hypertensive disease appears to be reversible, when renal ischaemia is corrected.[] renal hypertension.[] This method of treatment of renovascular hypertension is applicable in certain cases, mostly in patients with fibromuscular hyperplasia and in arteriosclerotic renal artery[]

  • Renal Embolism

    Renal atheroembolism rarely causes hypertension.[] Based on these studies, it is possible that renal venous hypertension is indeed important in the pathogenesis of renal dysfunction and sodium and water retention patients[] Treatment of renal dysfunction includes control of hypertension and management of electrolytes and fluid status; sometimes dialysis is required.[]

  • Polyarteritis Nodosa

    The frequent causes of secondary hypertension include renal parenchymal disease, renal artery stenosis, primary hyperaldosteronism, phaeochromocytoma and Cushing's syndrome[] Renal involvement manifests as hypertension, renal insufficiency.[] Etiology: This condition is associated with hypertension in hypertensive (SHR) strains, renal disease (with hypertension) and aging in male SD rats, especially.[]

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