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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the blood vessels of the kidney


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  • The hemodynamic effect of dietary calcium supplementation on rat renovascular hypertension.

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  • Each of albuterol live extended-release suites and the renovascular leaches of albuterol tablets, usp were represented in the glaucomatous state.


  • The present study suggests a role for oxidative stress in the cardiovascular and sympathetic alterations in renovascular hypertension, associated with changes in the expression of AT

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  • Sympathetic vasomotor hyperactivity and baroreflex dysfunction are involved in the development and maintenance of renovascular arterial hypertension.

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  • The ASTRAL (Angioplasty and Stenting for Renal Artery Lesions) Investigators (Nov. 12 issue) 1 found substantial risk but no clinical benefit from revascularization as compared with medical management in patients with atherosclerotic renovascular disease.

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  • The objective of the study was to investigate the possible antihypertensive effects of OBL extract in renovascular hypertensive rats.

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  • The two-kidney one-clip (2K1C) Goldblatt model of renovascular hypertension was used in Wistar rats.

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  • Therefore, given current ACC / AHA guidelines he should be screened for renovascular hypertension (2).

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  • Although renovascular hypertension is less common in African Americans than Caucasians (1), based on reported history, Mr. R has had hypertension since he was approximately 30 years old.

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  • Svetkey LP; Kadir S; Dunnick NR et al. Similar prevalence of renovascular hypertension in selected blacks and whites.

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