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What causes hypertension after bilateral nephrectomy?

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Dr. Quresh Khairullah
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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After bilateral nephrectomy, you would need some form of dialysis or transplant, as lack of kidney function leads called ckd leads to higher blood pressure besides salt excess, increase hormonal influences like increase angiotension and catecholamines also cause hypertension.

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After bilateral nephrectomy, you would need some form of dialysis or transplant, as lack of kidney function leads called ckd leads to higher blood pressure besides salt excess, increase hormonal influences like increase angiotension and catecholamines also cause hypertension.
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