Renal disease - atheroembolic; Cholesterol embolization syndrome; Atheroemboli - renal; Atherosclerotic disease - renal
There is no treatment for artheroembolic renal disease that works well. Treatment is focused on managing the complications.
Medicines may be used to treat high blood pressure and lower lipid and cholesterol levels.
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