Relationship between Hypertension and Renal Disease

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Zulhelmie Bin Abdul Hamid, Farzana Yasmin

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The papers are an overview of the importance of hypertension with the incidence of chronic kidney failure, which is a product of 158 papers discovered through various search engines such as Pubmed, Google Scholar and Ebsco Cinahl.Spesific standards have been developed to ensure that coincidental and high quality of the selected articles are used as a guide in this paper.There is some information that aims to provide updates to medical practitioners on the relevance of hypertension with kidney disease where information presented is the latest informations and suitable for use as a reference. In the mean time, this review also aim to provide updates to medical practitioners on the relevance of hypertension with kidney disease where information presented is the latest information and is suitable for use as a current reference.In this review, some of the findings that have been found are mainly related to risk factors that lead to the renal failuresuch as benign nephrosclerosis, obesity, glucose intolerence, high serum acid levels, albuminuria, and genetic factors. In addition, high blood pressure levels are also characterized by malignan nephrosclerosis, characterized by impaired intrarenal microvascular and glomerular structures, damage to kidney function, proteinuria and hematuria develop.

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Farzana Yasmin, Z. B. A. H. . (2021). Relationship between Hypertension and Renal Disease. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 3343–3349. Retrieved from https://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/6061
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