Endocrine HypertensionGlycogen Storage Diseases von Gierke disease, Andersen's disease, McArdle's disease. Read more ... » adrenal Hypertension
- primary hyperaldosteronism there is sodiumRenin and Hypertension Low renin and High Renin essential hypertension with Treatment. Read more ... » retention ion with loss of potassium. So there is
- natremia and hypokalemia with hypertension.
- diagnosis is by serum K+ level estimation.
- hyperaldosteronism may be due to a tumorUses of Ayurveda for Improvement in Cancer Patients Treatment. Read more ... »
- Iateral adrenalHypothalamic, Pituitary And Other Sellar Masses. Read more ... » hyperplasia. The tumor may be removed and the hypertension curable.
- diseasese patients of hypertension are not given so , then there is no hypertension. Because of so- retention and volume expansion plasma renin is decreased.
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- In Cushing syndromeMetabolic,Insulin Resistance Syndrome X Causes Symptoms. Read more ... » there —-eased amount of glucorticosteroids which causesCONTRACEPTION TEMPORARY METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION. Read more ... » retention. There is also increased production eralocorticoids in Cushing’s syndrome. There increased production of renin substrate. All ause hypertension.
- In adrenogenital syndrome there is C – 11 or C-17 hydroxylase deficiency and increased production of deoxycorticosterone resulting in increased sodium retention with hypertension and decreased PRA (Plasma Renin Activity).
- There is increased secretion of epinephrine and nor-epinephrine by a tumor, (usually in adrenal medulla). This results in peripheral vasoconstriction and cardiacATRIAL FLUTTER Symptoms Causes Diagnosis with Treatment. Read more ... » stimulation.
- DiagnosisCONTRACEPTION TEMPORARY METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION. Read more ... » is by detection of urinary epinephrine and norepinephrine and their metabolites.
- In acromegalyGrowth and Development Disorders GHD Diagnosis Treatment. Read more ... » there is hypertension, coronary atherosclerosisAcute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) Causes PATHOPHYSIOLOGY and Etiology. Read more ... » and LVH (left ventricular hypertrophy)
- High calcium blood level is associated with increased incidence of hypertension.
- Calcium entry blockers are effective antihypertensive agents.
- In’ hyperparathyroidism there is nephrolithiasis, nephrocalcinosis as a result of which there is renalDiabetic Nephropathy and Renal complications of DM (Diabetes Mellitus). Read more ... » parenchymal damage and hypertension. Increased calcium levels have direct vasoconstrictor effect also. High intake of calcium is associated with decreased incidence of hypertension.
- Estrogen containing oral contraceptives causes hypertension.
- In OC with low dose estro en, activation of renin angiotensin aldosteroneLABORATORY TESTS FOR ADRENAL FUNCTIONS. Read more ... » mechanfsm is responsible for nypertension.
- Due to angiotensin II there is potent vasoconstrictor effect.
- Due to aldosterone, blood volume increases leading to hypertension.
- Estrogen stimulates hepatic synthesis of renin substrat~-angioten§inog~n so there is increased produc~ of angiotensin II and secondary aldosteronism.
- Some women develop hypertension with use of oral contraceptive if they are more than 35 yrs age, obese, there is high estrogen content of oral contraceptive, mild renal diseaseCONTRACEPTION TEMPORARY METHODS OF CONTRACEPTION. Read more ... », increased vascular sensitivity to estrogen or angiotensin II, family history of hypertension.