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Utility of MRI as the primary imaging tool in hypertension

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Right renal artery stenosis.
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Figure 1: Right renal artery stenosis.

Mentions: 71 patients (36 male), aged 54 ± 15 years, had an office blood pressure of 177 ± 28/98 ± 16 mmHg on 3.6 ± 2 (range 0-8) antihypertensive medications. 78% of patients had left ventricular hypertrophy by left ventricular mass index (94 ± 26 g/m2); other pathological findings are summarised in Table 1. 21% had ≥1 accessory renal artery with 80% of patients anatomically suitable for renal denervation by current European guidelines. Figure 1 shows an example of renal artery stenosis on an MRA reconstruction.


Utility of MRI as the primary imaging tool in hypertension
Right renal artery stenosis.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC4043971&req=5

Figure 1: Right renal artery stenosis.
Mentions: 71 patients (36 male), aged 54 ± 15 years, had an office blood pressure of 177 ± 28/98 ± 16 mmHg on 3.6 ± 2 (range 0-8) antihypertensive medications. 78% of patients had left ventricular hypertrophy by left ventricular mass index (94 ± 26 g/m2); other pathological findings are summarised in Table 1. 21% had ≥1 accessory renal artery with 80% of patients anatomically suitable for renal denervation by current European guidelines. Figure 1 shows an example of renal artery stenosis on an MRA reconstruction.

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