Renal Hypertension

Renal hypertension is a renovascular disease in which high blood pressure is occurred by kidneys through narrowing or blockage of the renal arteries or veins from which blood supply takes in the kidney. It may cause Renal artery occlusion, Renal vein thrombosis or Renal atheroembolism. Symptoms are elevated blood pressure, kidney dysfunction and pulmonary edema. It can be treated by percutaneous surgical revascularization, and also nephrectomy or autotransplantation, and the individual may be given beta-adrenergic blockers.

Related Journals: Renal Medicine Journals, Renal Failure, Journal of Renal Care, Renal Society of Australasia Journal, American Journal of Kidney Diseases.

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