RECURRENT PULMONARY OEDEMA IN HYPERTENSION DUE TO BILATERAL RENAL ARTERY STENOSIS: TREATMENT BY ANGIOPLASTY OR SURGICAL REVASCULARISATION

@article{Pickering1988RECURRENTPO,
  title={RECURRENT PULMONARY OEDEMA IN HYPERTENSION DUE TO BILATERAL RENAL ARTERY STENOSIS: TREATMENT BY ANGIOPLASTY OR SURGICAL REVASCULARISATION},
  author={Thomas G. Pickering and Richard D. Devereux and GaryD. James and Michael Silane and Lawrence Herman and Julio E. Sotelo and Thomas A. Sos and John H. Laragh},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1988},
  volume={332},
  pages={551-552}
}
11 patients with atheromatous renovascular hypertension had a history of multiple episodes of pulmonary oedema. 7 had stenosis of both renal arteries, 2 had stenosis of the artery to a solitary kidney, and 2 had unilateral stenosis with an intact contralateral kidney. Successful revascularisation (by angioplasty in 8, and surgery in 3) improved blood pressure and renal function, and virtually eliminated pulmonary oedema. In a second series of 55 consecutive patients with azotaemia and… Expand
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