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ПЕРВИЧНЫЙ АЛЬДОСТЕРОНИЗМ И РЕЗИСТЕНТНАЯ АРТЕРИАЛЬНАЯ ГИПЕРТЕНЗИЯ

https://doi.org/10.18705/1607-419X-2012-18-6-514-521

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Аннотация

В обзорной статье обсуждаются новые данные по первичному альдостеронизму, а также связь между повышением уровня альдостерона и резистентной артериальной гипертензией, в том числе и у пациентов с синдромом обструктивного апноэ во сне. Рассматриваются основные патофизиологические механизмы, лежащие в основе прогрессирования поражения органов-мишеней и формирования резистентности к антигипертензивной терапии при повышении уровня альдостерона.

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Н. Э. Звартау
ФГБУ «Федеральный Центр сердца, крови и эндокринологии им. В.А. Алмазова» Минздрава России
Россия


Л. С. Коростовцева
ФГБУ «Федеральный Центр сердца, крови и эндокринологии им. В.А. Алмазова» Минздрава России
Россия


И. В. Емельянов
ФГБУ «Федеральный Центр сердца, крови и эндокринологии им. В.А. Алмазова» Минздрава России
Россия


Ю. В. Свиряев
ФГБУ «Федеральный Центр сердца, крови и эндокринологии им. В.А. Алмазова» Минздрава России
Россия


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Звартау Н.Э., Коростовцева Л.С., Емельянов И.В., Свиряев Ю.В. ПЕРВИЧНЫЙ АЛЬДОСТЕРОНИЗМ И РЕЗИСТЕНТНАЯ АРТЕРИАЛЬНАЯ ГИПЕРТЕНЗИЯ. Артериальная гипертензия. 2012;18(6):514-521. https://doi.org/10.18705/1607-419X-2012-18-6-514-521

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Zvartau N.E., Korostovtseva L.S., Emelyanov I.V., Sviryaev Y.V. Primary aldosteronism and resistant arterial hypertension. "Arterial’naya Gipertenziya" ("Arterial Hypertension"). 2012;18(6):514-521. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.18705/1607-419X-2012-18-6-514-521

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