Vertes, Victor
August 1977
Angiology;Aug1977, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p545
Academic Journal
Describes a revised approach to the diagnosis of hypertension. Overview of the angiotensin-aldosterone (RAA) feedback mechanism; Examples of disruption of the RAA system; Application of the RAA system to primary aldosteronism and renovascular hypertension; Relationship between RAA system and benign essential hypertension; Historical factors for determining the cause of hypertension.


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