Mild hypertension (MH) should be considered according to two equally important aspects of arterial hypertension. One of them is directly associated with treatment of patients. Another aspect relates to the pathophysiological mechanisms of the disease and factors responsible for the process of subsequent evolution (progressing and regression of the disease). These two important aspects are determined by heterogeneity of cases which is reflected in clinical forms of the course of the disease with their own distinctive features, extent of involvement into the pathological process of vitally important organs, risk of complications, differences in prognosis.
KeywordsLeft Ventricular Hypertrophy Mild Hypertension Salt Loading Venous Occlusive Plethysmography Hypotensive Drug
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