Create issue ticket

2,112 Possible Causes for Secondary Hypertension

  • Hypertension

    , called secondary hypertension.[] […] emergency; lifestyle measures; measurement; nonpharmacologic treatment; resistant hypertension; risk reduction; secondary hypertension; systems of care; treatment adherence[] In general, all patients with young onset-age (  40-50 years) or resistant hypertension should be screened for secondary forms.[]

  • Vasomotor Instability

    Abstract This article describes a novel transdermal estradiol spray developed for the treatment of menopausal vasomotor instability. The spray delivers estradiol directly into the subcutaneous microcirculation achieving the advantages of estradiol patches, creams and gels but with minimal skin reaction, patient[…][]

  • Essential Hypertension

    Secondary Hypertension B. SECONDARY HYPERTENSION Approximately 5% of patients with hypertension have specific causes ( Table 11-3 ).[] BACKGROUND: Hypertension, including essential and secondary hypertension, is a multifactorial disease, affecting more than one billion people worldwide.[] However, secondary hypertension tends to appear suddenly and causes higher blood pressure than does primary hypertension.[]

  • Chronic Pyelonephritis

    Secondary aldosteronism, revealed in patients with chronic pyelonephritis, accompanied by hypertension. Acute pyelonephritis is not accompanied by hypertension.[] Chronic pyelonephritis secondary to vesicoureteral reflux has been shown to cause occasionally systemic hypertension.[] The earlier produced nephrectomy, the more chances gipotenzivne, as long hypertension secondary causes changes in the nervous system, regulating blood pressure, and in the[]

  • Renal Hypertension

    So the hypertension happens secondary to some other disease. This form of hypertension accounts for only about 10% of hypertension cases.[] The erythrocyte Na /Li( )-countertransport (SLC) activity was on average higher (p 0.02) in the patients with essential hypertension as compared to those with secondary hypertension[] You have about one chance in 10 that your hypertension has a specific cause, termed secondary hypertension.[]

  • Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease

    In addition to controlling hypertension and improving the hypercalcemia and dehydration, steroid therapy also improved the renal function in this patient.[] Haematuria, hypertension and proteinuria are common signs. Anaemia is less frequent compared to other types of CRF because erythropoietin production is preserved.[] Sequential secondary end points included a composite of time to clinical progression (defined as worsening kidney function, kidney pain, hypertension, and albuminuria) and[]

  • Secondary Pulmonary Hypertension

    Information regarding the potential benefits and toxicities of the drug therapy for primary and secondary hypertension is necessary when considering the use of specific agents[] This may be important in the future if new specific therapies for primary pulmonary hypertension are shown to be beneficial in secondary pulmonary hypertension.[] These findings confirm the pulmonary vasodilating effect of nifedipine in patients with secondary pulmonary hypertension.[]

  • Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

    Abstract Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis also known as Churgg-Strauss syndrome is a systemic multi system vasculitis. Neurological involvement is mostly in the form of peripheral nervous system disease. Central nervous system involvement is relatively uncommon with most cases being secondary to ischaemic[…][]

  • Pheochromocytoma

    Purpose: Treatment options for unresectable paraganglioma (PGL)/pheochromocytoma (PCC), especially with uncontrolled secondary hypertension (HTN), are limited.[] hypertension , with a minority having superimposed paroxysmal hypertensive crises 11 .[] Classically, pheochromocytomas and paragangliomas result in hypertension secondary to an excess release of catecholamines.[]

  • Acute Glomerulonephritis

    This case documents acquired reversible cortical blindness as a complication of hypertension secondary to acute glomerulonephritis and emphasizes the importance of recognizing[] Infection with S. anginosus in this patient was associated with acute nephritis (haematuria, oedema and hypertension), nephrotic syndrome and progressive azotemia.[] hypertension or congestive heart failure, even in the absence of visible hematuria or a history of a preceding streptococcal infection.[]

Further symptoms

Similar symptoms