Early diagnosis of subtle brain damage in persons with hypertension has been elusive. Refined imaging technology may change that.
Gregory W. Rutecki, MD
A recent case review feature in Hypertension got this author thinking first and foremost about medication adherence. Your thoughts?
H-CKD may soon be more than a "phenotype of convenience with little clinical utility." How will precision medicine hone diagnosis and treatment?
More potent than hydrochlorothiazide to treat hypertension, this non-thiazide diuretic deserves a closer look.
Chlorthalidone is one of the "Rodney Dangerfield" diuretics in the treatment of hypertension. That needs to change.
Attention to a few easily obtained details can prevent serious sequelae in patients with T2 diabetes complicated by cardiovascular and renal disease.
Quiz: Are you current on early evidence that suggests hypertension is a risk factor for Alzheimer disease and other dementias? .
When both heart and kidney succumb to hypertensive damage, results are often devastating. Pickering syndrome is a case in point.
The spectrum of hypertensive heart disease is broad. Try these 2 questions to help sharpen your focus on points along the disease continuum.
Hypertension has been observed in every trial of antiangiogenic cancer therapy. How should it be treated?