Prevalence of Masked Hypertension and Its Association With Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans: Results From the Jackson Heart Study

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BACKGROUND Studies consisting mostly of whites have shown that the prevalence of masked hypertension differs by prehypertension status. Using data from the Jackson Heart Study, an exclusively African American population-based cohort, we evaluated the association of masked hypertension and prehypertension with left ventricular mass index and common carotid… (More)
DOI: 10.1161/JAHA.115.002284

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@inproceedings{Redmond2016PrevalenceOM, title={Prevalence of Masked Hypertension and Its Association With Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease in African Americans: Results From the Jackson Heart Study}, author={Nicole Redmond and John Nicholas Booth and Rikki M Tanner and Keith M. Diaz and M. C. B. Abdalla and Mario Sims and Paul M Muntner and Daichi Shimbo}, booktitle={Journal of the American Heart Association}, year={2016} }