Hypertension: Accessory arteries in incomplete renal denervation

Research paper by Ellen Carney

Indexed on: 25 Jun '16Published on: 06 Jun '16Published in: Nature Reviews Nephrology


Incomplete ablation of renal nerves owing to the presence of accessory renal arteries that are too small for denervation might partly account for persistent hypertension after renal denervation say researchers. Before denervation, stimulation of renal nerves in the main and accessory renal arteries of 21

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