Resistance to antihypertensive medication as predictor of renal artery stenosis: comparison of two drug regimens

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Background: Renal artery stenosis is among the most common curable causes of hypertension. The definitive diagnosis is made by renal angiography, an invasive and costly procedure. The prevalence of renal artery stenosis is less than 1% in non-selected hypertensive patients but is higher when hypertension is resistant to drugs.Objective: To study the… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/sj.jhh.1001258

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@article{Jaarsveld2001ResistanceTA, title={Resistance to antihypertensive medication as predictor of renal artery stenosis: comparison of two drug regimens}, author={B C van Jaarsveld and Paul A. J. Krijnen and FHM Derkx and Jaap Deinum and AJJ Woittiez and CT Postma and M P Schalekamp}, journal={Journal of Human Hypertension}, year={2001}, volume={15}, pages={669-676} }