Deshmukh, M. M.; Deshmukh, S. M.; Datey, K. K.
January 1966
Angiology;Jan1966, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p9
Academic Journal
1. In 156 hypertensive patients, renovascular abnormalities were found in 46 per cent. 2. Young patients and females showed a preponderance of these abnormalities. 3. A bruit above the umbilicus and a feeble peripheral pulse strongly suggest a renovascular abnormality. 4. Various investigations for detecting the abnormality are described. 5. Correction of some of these abnormalities has been started and the results of surgery will be communicated subsequently.


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