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What are usual signs of renal artery stenosis ?
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Dr. David Fertel
Surgery - Vascular
2 doctors agree
In brief: Usually none
You may have high blood pressure or decreasing renal function.

In brief: Usually none
You may have high blood pressure or decreasing renal function.
Dr. David Fertel
Dr. David Fertel
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Dr. Creighton Wright
Frequently asymptomatic until hypertension detected. Smokers, persons with other atherosclerosis or PVD are likely candidates. Remember fibromuscular in younger persons D
2 doctors agree
In brief: High blood pressure
Renal artery stenosis is typically discovered for evaluation of high blood pressure.
Otherwise, it rarely would result in pain or other symptoms felt by a patient.

In brief: High blood pressure
Renal artery stenosis is typically discovered for evaluation of high blood pressure.
Otherwise, it rarely would result in pain or other symptoms felt by a patient.
Dr. Matthew Thom
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Dr. Clarence Grim
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
In brief: Signs of Renal Steno
49 wants to know signs of RAS.
1. sudden onset of severe HTN 2. An continuous bruit heard by your Dr over your renal arteries. 3. A renal imaging study shows a small kidney. 4. A high blood love of renin. 5. A low blood Na 6. Secondary aldosteronism 7. If advanced increased blood creatinine and BUN. 8. If more advance renal failure. Brain fog 9. Malignant HTN 10 blindness 2nd HTN eye damage

In brief: Signs of Renal Steno
49 wants to know signs of RAS.
1. sudden onset of severe HTN 2. An continuous bruit heard by your Dr over your renal arteries. 3. A renal imaging study shows a small kidney. 4. A high blood love of renin. 5. A low blood Na 6. Secondary aldosteronism 7. If advanced increased blood creatinine and BUN. 8. If more advance renal failure. Brain fog 9. Malignant HTN 10 blindness 2nd HTN eye damage
Dr. Clarence Grim
Dr. Clarence Grim
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