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Mild hypertension as a risk factor for insult


, : Mild hypertension as a risk factor for insult. Klinicheskaya Meditsina (Moscow) 62(9): 32-35

The retrospective analysis of the recorded cases of insult and a 7 yr prospective follow-up of males between the age of 40 and 49 showed that the mild form holds the highest place in the structure of arterial hypertension. The risk of the development of cerebral insult in this form was less than in higher arterial pressure. Although the risk is relatively small, mild hypertension is considerably prevalent, and the control program of arterial hypertension cannot be limited just by the identification and treatment of patients who have moderate or pronounced forms. Subjects with mild hypertension should also be subject to differentiated therapeutic and preventive measures. It is necessary to take into account the initial manifestations of the insufficient blood supply as well as additional risk factors when prognosis is made.

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