The Physiology of Essential Hypertension
Most human hypertension does not show obvious physiological abnormalities and such cases are called “essential” or “idiopathic.” Rigorous experimental investigation is not often possible, and consequently an acceptable explanation for the cause of essential hypertension has not been developed.
KeywordsEssential Hypertension Plasma Renin Activity Renal Blood Flow Sympathetic Nerve Activity Primary Aldosteronism
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