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Urologische Aspekte der renalen Hypertonie

  • M. Ziegler
  • G. J. Mast

Zusammenfassung

Die renale Hypertonie als häufigste Form der sekundären Hypertonie hat einen Anteil am Gesamtkollektiv der Hypertoniker von 25–30%. Da bei der renalen Hypertonie prinzipiell die Möglichkeit der kausalen chirurgischen Therapie gegeben ist, ist ihre diagnostische Abgrenzung gegenüber anderen Formen der Hypertonie von therapeutischer Bedeutung. Voraussetzung dafür ist die Kenntnis der Pathophysiologie der renalen Hypertonie, deren Verständnis sich aus experimentellen und klinischen Befunden ergibt.

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