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Do the results of adrenalectomy in symptomatic arterial hypertension depend on morphological alterations in adrenal glands?


, : Do the results of adrenalectomy in symptomatic arterial hypertension depend on morphological alterations in adrenal glands?. Angiologiia i Sosudistaia Khirurgiia 17(3): 37-41

The article deals with surgical treatment of patients presenting with resistant arterial hypertension and detected pathology in the adrenal glands. The authors analysed the outcomes of surgical management of 97 patients with resistant arterial hypertension, also determining the factors contributing to prediction of the antihypertensive effect of adrenalectomy depending on morphological damage to the adrenal glands.

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