Jornal brasileiro de nefrologia : ʹorgão oficial…
Hypertensive nephroangiosclerosis is a major cause of chronic kidney disease requiring dialysis. Clinical characteristics that distinguish a patient with hypertension that evolves to nephroangiosclerosis from another that keeps stable renal function are not well established because of the difficulty in ensuring that the carriers of that disease… (More)
To verify which clinical variables can predict the evolution to chronic renal insufficiency in routinely evaluated hypertensives.
358 patients from the Hypertension Center of the Botucatu School of Medicine (São Paulo State University) were evaluated. Sequential evaluation of glomerular filtration rate was detected in 210 patients, who… (More)