Urinary albumin excretion in elderly patients with white coat hypertension.

Abstract

The so-called white coat effect occurs in about 42% of elderly patients. This phenomenon leads to several problems in treatment and may also cause renal disease. One of the most frequently controlled parameters is microalbuminuria, an index of renal damage. The present case-control study intended to evaluate the urinary excretion of albumin in elderly… (More)

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