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369 Possible Causes for Renovascular Hypertension

  • Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum

    hypertension, angina pectoris, and myocardial infarction at a much younger age than in the unaffected population.[] Cases of renovascular hypertension have also been reported. Valvular changes, mainly mitral valve prolapse, may be present.[] […] media and intima of the medium vessels of extremities leads to the formation of atheromatous plaques, [3] resulting in intermittent claudication, loss of peripheral pulses, renovascular[]

  • Renal Hypertension

    PRA and PGA1 were significantly increased in patients with renovascular hypertension but not in patients with atrophy.[] Abstract We used the captopril test (CT) in 32 children, 8 with renovascular hypertension (RVH), 17 with renal hypertension (RH) and 7 with normal blood pressure, in order[] Abstract Renal-vein renin was determined in 55 children with renovascular or renal hypertension, 33 of whom being treated surgically.[]

  • Renovascular Hypertension

    English renovascular hypertension Human disease Renovascular hypertension (disorder) Renovascular hypertension Statements Identifiers Sitelinks Wikipedia (9 entries) edit[] Treatment of renovascular hypertension remains a challenge, and thus, new therapies are needed.[] Abstract Pediatric renovascular hypertension is typically managed with revascularization, angioplasty, or radical nephrectomy.[]

  • Fibromuscular Dysplasia

    ) Pediatric renovascular hypertension: 132 primary and 30 secondary operations in 97 children.[] Renovascular hypertension (RVH) can be caused by many different diseases, with the most common being fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) and Takayasu arteritis (TA).[] , leading to a diagnosis of renovascular hypertension caused by segmental renal ischemia due to extra-renal artery stenosis.[]

  • Renal Arteritis

    This manifestation can lead to renal failure and/or renovascular hypertension.[] 2006) Pediatric renovascular hypertension: 132 primary and 30 secondary operations in 97 children.[] hypertension in an 8-year-old girl is descriptionbed.[]

  • Hypertension

    One of the most common types of resistant hypertension is renovascular hypertension (RVH), which is caused by the narrowing of the renal arteries, in the context of existing[] […] of secondary forms of hypertension Renal parenchymal disease, Renovascular hypertension, Phaeochromocytoma, Primary aldosteronism, Cushing’s syndrome, Obstructive sleep apnoea[] Tullus K, Brennan E, Hamilton G, Lord R, McLaren CA, Marks SD, Roebuck DJ (2008) Renovascular hypertension in children.[]

  • Renal Artery Aneurysm

    We describe a case in a woman who had renovascular hypertension due to aneurysm of fibromuscular dysplasia-associated renal artery.[] The echocardiography revealed a mild left ventricular hypertrophy with grade I diastolic dysfunction and the captopril test did not suggest renovascular hypertension (RVHT[] A 55-year-old hypertensive female was referred for renal artery color Doppler examination because of a suspicion of renovascular hypertension.[]

  • Nephroptosis

    We conclude that nephroptosis is a considerable cause of renovascular hypertension and deserves particular attention in cases of possible renovascular hypertension when angiography[] One patient with bilateral nephroptosis and renovascular hypertension was studied before and after surgical correction of his disease.[] We also conclude that renography is the preferred diagnostic method in the diagnosis of renovascular hypertension due to nephroptosis.[]

  • Renal Vascular Disorder

    A related condition called renovascular hypertension is high blood pressure that results from decreased blood flow to the kidneys.[] Approximate Synonyms Benign renovascular hypertension (htn) Benign secondary renovascular hypertension Hypertension due to stenosis of renal artery Malignant secondary renovascular[] Proposed pathogenesis of renovascular hypertension.[]

  • Takayasu Arteritis

    Renovascular hypertension is a common clinical presentation in Takayasu arteritis (TA), when the renal arteries are involved.[] TA can lead to renal failure and renovascular hypertension in 60% of patients; it is rare in children aged 10 years and, more rarely, it presents with malignant hypertension[] Case 1 underwent EAVB due to renovascular hypertension associated with stenosis of the abdominal aorta, and Case 2 due to amaurosis fugax episodes associated with stenosis[]

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