Endothelial Dysfunction in Experimental Models of Arterial Hypertension: Cause or Consequence?

@article{Bernatova2014EndothelialDI,
  title={Endothelial Dysfunction in Experimental Models of Arterial Hypertension: Cause or Consequence?},
  author={Iveta Bernatova},
  journal={BioMed Research International},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014},
  pages={1356 - 1362}
}
  • Iveta Bernatova
  • Published in BioMed research international 2014
  • Medicine
  • BioMed Research International
  • Hypertension is a risk factor for other cardiovascular diseases and endothelial dysfunction was found in humans as well as in various commonly employed animal experimental models of arterial hypertension. Data from the literature indicate that, in general, endothelial dysfunction would not be the cause of experimental hypertension and may rather be secondary, that is, resulting from high blood pressure (BP). The initial mechanism of endothelial dysfunction itself may be associated with a lack… CONTINUE READING

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