[Vascular reactivity and catecholamine excretion in hypertension].


Increased vascular reactivity to noradrenaline was revealed in patients with Stages I and II hypertensive disease; the reaction to the sympathomimetic agent of indirect action ephedrine remained at the control level. A salt load increased the discrepancy between the level of the reactions to these two agents. It is suggested that processes of catecholamine… (More)


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