[The problem of latent neuropathy in essential hypertension].


A neurographic examination of 54 patients with essential hypertonia did not reveal any significant differences, from a control group, in the maximum rate of motor conduction of the ulnar nerve. An assocation of subclinical neuropathy with essential hypertonia cannot, therefore, be confirmed, thus denying the statement made by Viskoper and his coworkers and… (More)


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@article{Ernst1976ThePO, title={[The problem of latent neuropathy in essential hypertension].}, author={Karl-Heinz Ernst and Barbara Wedler}, journal={Psychiatrie, Neurologie, und medizinische Psychologie}, year={1976}, volume={28 7}, pages={430-5} }