Horie, Akio; Tanaka, Kenzo
March 1968
Angiology;Mar1968, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p154
Academic Journal
Discusses the autopsy report of a female patient diagnosed with unilateral renovascular hypertension. Revelation of a primary aoritis involving the right renal artery; Aim of the exercise to enhance the understanding of renovascular hypertension in children for potential improvements in surgical intervention; Medical history; Symptoms observed; Primary diagnosis; Discovery of leukocytosis; Physical condition; Laboratory findings at admission; Microscopic findings through histologic examinations.


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