Renal hypertension, likewise called renovascular hypertension, is lifted pulse brought about by kidney malady. Renal hypertension is brought about by a narrowing in the corridors that convey blood to the kidney. It can for the most part be constrained by circulatory strain drugs. Indications of renovascular hypertension incorporates High circulatory strain (early age), Kidney brokenness, Narrowing of corridors somewhere else in the body, Pulmonary edema.
- Track 1-1 Acute Kidney injury
- Track 2-2 Renovascular hypertension
- Track 3-3 Hypertensive Urological Disease
- Track 4-4 Renal Hypertension causes and Treatment
- Track 5-5 Retrograde intrarenal surgery