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Acute aortic dissection induced renovascular hypertension
  1. M Shimoyama,
  2. G Igawa,
  3. M Hashimoto

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Although percutaneous renal angioplasty has been extensively used for fibromuscular or atherosclerotic renovascular hypertension, few cases have been reported in patients with aortic dissection. We describe stent angioplasty for severe stenosis of the right renal artery in a patient with a Stanford type B aortic dissection. …

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