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What are the common symptoms of a renal artery occlusion?
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Dr. James Cain
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: No common symptoms
This problem is most commonly found, without symptoms, during testing for high blood pressure.
The common causes are chronic occlusion from atherosclerosis or hyperplasia of the artery. Acute embolic occlusion may result in severe flank pain. This is uncommon.

In brief: No common symptoms
This problem is most commonly found, without symptoms, during testing for high blood pressure.
The common causes are chronic occlusion from atherosclerosis or hyperplasia of the artery. Acute embolic occlusion may result in severe flank pain. This is uncommon.
Dr. James Cain
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