Neuroendocrine, vascular and renal elements of hypertension

proceedings of the Council for High Blood Pressure Research, Ameican [i.e. American] Heart Association, Cleveland, September 21-23, 1983
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American Heart Association , [Dallas, Tex.]
Hypertension -- Congresses., Hemodynamics -- Congresses., Renal hypertension -- Congresses., Hypertension, Renal -- congresses, Hypertension -- congre
Statementeditor, Allen W. Cowley, Jr.
SeriesAmerican Heart Association monograph -- no. 105, Hypertension -- v. 6, no. 2, pt. 2 (Suppl. 1), Hypertension -- 1984, no. 1.
ContributionsCowley, Allen W., Council for High Blood Pressure Research (American Heart Association), Scientific Sessions of the Council for High Blood Pressure Research (37th : 1983 : Cleveland, Ohio)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, I-210 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22099130M

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The neuroendocrine mechanisms of acupuncture in the vascular and renal elements of hypertension book of hypertension are not yet fully understood, and thus are worthy of further investigation (Figure 3).

Figure 2 Neural circuits of acupuncture's action on cardiovascular sympathoexcitatory visceral reflex elevation of blood by: Introduction. The central nervous system (CNS) plays a significant role in human essential hypertension and in many experimental models of hypertension.The CNS influences BP via peripheral sympathetic nerve activity (SNA) and via long-range endocrine mechanisms including adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), growth hormone, angiotensin II (Ang II) and vasopressin –.Cited by: Activation of this renal endocrine system can also account for "renal parenchymal disease", a relatively minor contributor to overall hypertension (Williams ).

Endocrine Hypertension Endocrine hypertension can be directly related to increased levels of aldosterone, a primary component of the renin-angiotensin-aldosterone-axis. Vascular Diseases. Hypertension, Bartter syndrome, fibromuscular dysplasia of the renal artery, cholesterol thromboembolism, cortical necrosis, hemolytic-uremic syndrome / thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura, preeclampsia/eclampsia and large - medium vessels vasculitides.

Glomerular filtration is dependent on an adequate blood supply to the capillaries of the tuft; therefore, vascular. Urinary tract-derived NEC is rarely reported [3] [4] [5], and this is the first report of simultaneous NEC in the kidney and bladder.

Endocrine arterial hypertension (EAH) a condition in which hormone excess results in clinically significant hypertension is a rare cause of hypertension. Hypertension affects approximately 1 billion individuals worldwide. Pharmacological therapy has not been perfected and often is associated with adverse side effects.

Acupuncture is used as an adjunctive treatment for a number of cardiovascular diseases like hypertension. It has long been established that the two major contributors to systemic hypertension are the intrarenal renin-angiotensin Cited by: Neuroendocrine Renal neuroendocrine tumors, including well-differentiated carcinoid tumors and poorly-differentiated small cell carcinomas of the kidney, represent a very rare group of neoplasms.

• The most common presenting symptoms of neuroendocrine tumors of the kidney are back pain, flank pain, and hematuria. •Cited by: 4.

Vascular endothelial dysfunction appears to be characteristic of CKD. 56 One of the most important vascular endothelial functions is the ability to produce local vasodilator NO.

Several pathways have been proposed to explain the endothelial dysfunction linked with the impaired NO production, including oxidative stress, L-arginine deficiency, and formation of ADMA and N-monomethylarginine (L-NMMA).Author: Yonghong Huan, Debbie L.

Cohen, Raymond R. Townsend. Brouillard AM () Carcinoid heart disease and recurrent hypertensive crises in a patient with primary high-grade ovarian neuroendocrine carcinoma J Integr Cardiol,doi: JIC Volume 3(1): were ordered.

The patient’s cortisol was found to be elevated, but. Renal disease frequently causes hypertension because: a. albuminuria increases vascular volume b.

congestion and ischemia stimulates release of renin c.

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ADH secretion is decreased d. damaged tubules absorb large amounts of filtrate. Nov. 1, -- Obesity and high blood pressure, so often implicated in poor health and disease, now appear to be strongly related to risk for a type of kidney cancer among men called renal cell.

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Hypertension and Cardiovascular Disease Channel: Hypertension, Dialysis, and Clinical Nephrology provides up-to-date, selected information on renal disorders and their treatment (hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis), and about hypertension, dialysis, and clinical nephrology topics.

Hypertension, Dialysis, and Clinical Nephrology is a place for physicians and nurses who treat patients with renal. Mechanical comp of cardiac and vascular devices and implants; mechanical complication of epidural and subdural infusion catheter Pulmonary hypertension due to lung diseases and hypoxia.

- New Code Billable/Specific Code. Complete abortion complicated by renal failure. ENDOCRINE HYPERTENSION Kumar MD., decreased peripheral vascular resistance, and increased systolic blood pressure The hypertension associated with hyperparathyroidism can also result as a complication of hypercalcemia-induced renal impairment.

pharmacology chapter 22 study guide. study. flashcards. learn. write. spell. test. play. match. gravity. created by. pattikelly. antihypertensive drugs. terms in this set (24) high blood pressure associated with renal, pulmonary, endocrine, and vascular diseases is known as.

secondary hypertension. another term for primary hypertension. Hypertension, also high blood pressure, is very common and affects multiple ally, it is usually classified as primary (idiopathic) and secondary. Hypertensive crisis, if untreated, is associated with damage to the brain, heart, eye and kidneys.

Pulmonary hypertension is dealt with separately in the article pulmonary hypertension. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is highly prevalent and a multiplier of cardiovascular disease (CVD) and cannot be completely explained by traditional Framinghan risk factors.

Consequently, greater emphasis has been placed in nontraditional risk factors, such as inflammation, endothelial dysfunction, sympathetic overactivation, protein-energy wasting oxidative stress, vascular calcification, and Cited by: Smaller renal vessels such as arterioles display fibrinoid necrosis and inflammatory cells may be present, yielding a picture of "Necrotizing Arteriolitis".

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Larger renal vessels such as renal interlobular arteries often display a concentric proliferation of the vascular wall's cellular elements, termed "Hyperplastic Arteriolosclerosis". Hypertensive chronic kidney disease with stage 1 through stage 4 chronic kidney disease, or unspecified chronic kidney disease.

Billable. Renovascular hypertension (RVHT) reflects the causal relation between anatomically evident arterial occlusive disease and elevated blood pressure.

The coexistence of renal arterial vascular (ie, renovascular) disease and hypertension roughly defines this type of nonessential hypertension.

Neuroendocrine tumors are a heterogeneous group of neoplasms that arise from neuroendocrine cells. Primary renal neuroendocrine tumors are among the most unusual of all renal neoplasms, since neuroendocrine cells are not found within normal renal parenchyma.

Here, a case of primary micro neuroendocrine tumor (about mm*2 mm) arising in the horseshoe kidney with a cyst Cited by: 7. CURRENT Essentials of Nephrology & Hypertension is a practical, state-of-the-art review of the clinical management of kidney disease and hypertension.

Concise and authoritative, the book offers a consistent, easy-to-follow presentation and thoroughly addresses hypertension and the full spectrum of kidney diseases/5(6). T1 - Neuroendocrine adaptations in renal disease. AU - Feneberg, Reinhard. AU - Schaefer, Franz. AU - Veldhuis, Johannes D.

PY - /6/1. Y1 - /6/1. N2 - Chronic renal failure (CRF) disrupts the time-dependent secretion of multiple hormones. The present review focuses on altered pulsatile release of peptide by: Stress and stress-related disorders are emerging as a major health challenge.

In the classical stress concept, stress can be broadly defined as an actual or anticipated disruption of homeostasis by certain physical and psychological events that are known as ‘stressors’. Prolonged exposure to stress can lead to a destructive, self-perpetuating cascade of neuroendocrine, metabolic and Author: Surendra Shripati Wadikar.

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blacks. It was suggested that vigorous pursuit of other epidemiologic factors in the development of the progression of renal disease in blacks and of the possible relevance of the different structural, physiologic, and vascular renal responses between blacks and whites is indicated.

Pathophysiology is a branch of medicine which explains the function of the body as it relates to diseases and conditions. The pathophysiology of hypertension is an area which attempts to explain mechanistically the causes of hypertension, which is a chronic disease characterized by elevation of blood ension can be classified by cause as either essential (also known as primary or.

Reduced kidney perfusion and renal vasoconstriction are frequently observed in hypertension and can occur even prior to increases in blood pressure in individuals at risk of developing hypertension.

1 This is at least partly attributable to alterations in renal vascular reactivity to vasoactive substances. Observations of left–right differences in renal blood flow made by us and others in Cited by: 1.

Hypertension Definition Hypertension is high blood pressure. Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of arteries as it flows through them.

Arteries are the blood vessels that carry oxygenated blood from the heart to the body's tissues. Description As blood flows through arteries it pushes against the inside of the artery walls. The association between renal cell carcinoma and arterial hypertension has been the subject of various studies.

These studies have not been consistent in clarifying the relationship between the two. Some authors contend that arterial hypertension is a consequence of renal cell carcinoma, which secretes vasoactive peptides.

Others claim that arterial hypertension is a risk factor for the Cited by:   Prevalence of chronic kidney disease in persons with undiagnosed or pre-hypertension in the United States.

Hypertens (). Agarwal, R. Epidemiology of chronic kidney disease among normotensives: but what is chronic kidney disease? Hypertens (). Glassock, R. J. Debate: CON position.