Left ventricular hypertrophy and arterial blood pressure in experimental models of hypertension.

Abstract

Cardiac hypertrophy in essential and experimental (genetic) hypertension have been initially attributed to increased pressure load. However, the level of blood pressure does not parallel the degree of cardiac hypertrophy, i.e., a complex relationship rather than a simple dose-response effect has to be suggested. Several non-haemodynamic factors which… (More)

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@article{Dominiczak1997LeftVH, title={Left ventricular hypertrophy and arterial blood pressure in experimental models of hypertension.}, author={Anna F. Dominiczak and Anita M. Devlin and Maria J. Brosnan and N. H. Anderson and David I. Graham and Jack Clark and A R Mcphaden and Carlene A. Hamilton and John L. Reid}, journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology}, year={1997}, volume={432}, pages={23-33} }