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Renovascular hypertension (renal hypertension): Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment - Bel Marra Health



Bel Marra Health
 
Renovascular hypertension (renal hypertension): Causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment 
Bel Marra Health
The quick and simple answer is that it is high blood pressure due to kidney problems. Renal artery stenosis, which is the narrowing of one of the renal arteries, can interrupt blood flow to the kidney, leading to renal hypertension. In the medical ...

 


Coronary Artery Calcification Risk Factors in CKD Identified - Renal and Urology News



Renal and Urology News
 
Coronary Artery Calcification Risk Factors in CKD Identified 
Renal and Urology News
Abnormal calcium-phosphate metabolism appears to be an important pathogenic factor in the development of vascular calcification in patients with chronic kidney disease. Researchers have identified novel risk factors associated with coronary artery ...

 


Angiography Market: Key Players, Growth, Analysis, 2017-2025 - Digital Journal



Angiography Market: Key Players, Growth, Analysis, 2017-2025 
Digital Journal
Based on the procedure type, the market is segmented into coronary angiography, cerebral angiography, renal angiography, pulmonary angiography, and others. The coronary angiography segment held a significant market share in 2016 owing to increasing ...

 


Instant wisdom - renal medicine - Pulse



Pulse
 
Instant wisdom - renal medicine 
Pulse
Mild to moderate elevation of creatinine (and so reduction in eGFR) may be due to increased release from muscles (large muscle bulk, vigorous exercise or even a large meat meal). If the result is unexpected, repeat the measurement (urgently if the ...

 


ASCO GU 2018: Phase II Trial of 6 Months ADT/Abiraterone Acetate Plus Prednisone and Definitive Radiotherapy ... - UroToday



ASCO GU 2018: Phase II Trial of 6 Months ADT/Abiraterone Acetate Plus Prednisone and Definitive Radiotherapy ... 
UroToday
We enrolled 37 men (82% white, 18% black) with intermediate to high risk localized PC; 33 completed course of treatment (4 patients halted early for personal preference (N = 2), planned prostatectomy, or renal artery stenosis). Median age was 66 years ...

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NARUS 2018: Complications, Intraoperative, Decision Making, and Troubleshooting - UroToday



NARUS 2018: Complications, Intraoperative, Decision Making, and Troubleshooting 
UroToday
After identifying the aorta, the surgeon identified an arterial structure coming off of the aorta in a horizontal fashion, anterior to the main renal vein. This artery was then clipped and divided, as well as subsequent division of the renal vein. The ...

 


how i got rid of high blood pressure and hypertension with natural remedies - Vanguard



how i got rid of high blood pressure and hypertension with natural remedies 
Vanguard
Heart Disease: Increased workload on the heart from pushing against the high blood pressure can cause enlargement of the heart muscle, heart failure, coronary artery disease, and cardiac arrhythmias. Kidney Disease: High blood pressure damages the ...

 


Black patients with vascular disease more likely to have poor outcomes - CT Post



CT Post
 
Black patients with vascular disease more likely to have poor outcomes 
CT Post
Black Americans are more likely to die of vascular disease than other ethnic groups, and have more severe vascular disease by the time they actually see a surgeon. That's according to a new study, published in the February issue of ?Journal of Vascular ...

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Nontraditional Risk Factors Predict Atherosclerotic Events in HD - Renal and Urology News



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Nontraditional Risk Factors Predict Atherosclerotic Events in HD 
Renal and Urology News
... fatal coronary heart disease, non-fatal and fatal non-hemorrhagic stroke, coronary revascularization procedures, and death from peripheral arterial disease. A model based on stepwise Cox regression analysis determined that certain factors ...

 


Dietary, lifestyle changes blamed for renal failure - The Hindu



Dietary, lifestyle changes blamed for renal failure 
The Hindu
In addition, kidney stone disease is associated with metabolic syndrome (i.e. diabetes mellitus, hypertension, coronary artery disease, obesity, high uric acids in blood), certain hereditary diseases, hormone disturbances and urinary tract infections ...