Renovascular hypertension: clinical concepts.

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Systemic hypertension is a common disorder in clinical practice and causes significant morbidity and premature death. A small percentage (< 5%) of patients with hypertension may have renovascular hypertension. Strictly speaking, the term renovascular hypertension should be applied only when the blood pressure rises as a consequence of renal ischemia. Thus… (More)

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