Multifactoral analysis of determinators for renal injury in essential hypertension

  title={Multifactoral analysis of determinators for renal injury in essential hypertension},
  author={Leszek Tylicki and Heidemarie Puttinger and Przemysław Rutkowski and Tomasz Nieweglowski and Bolesław Rutkowski and Walter Hermann H{\"o}rl},
  journal={Journal of Human Hypertension},
The long-standing essential hypertension causes renal injury. There is no doubt, however, that other factors besides elevated blood pressure contribute to the development and progression of hypertensive nephropathy (HN). To shed more light on this issue, we performed a case–control, cross-sectional study to identify determinants of renal complications of essential hypertension correlating them with surrogate markers of kidney injury in hypertensives presenting microalbuminuria or proteinuria… CONTINUE READING


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