Renal hypertension; Hypertension - renovascular; Renal artery occlusion; Stenosis - renal artery
High blood pressure caused by narrowing of the arteries that lead to the kidneys (renovascular hypertension) is often difficult to control.
Medications may be used to help control blood pressure. There are a variety of high blood pressure medications available. You and your doctor will decide which type is best for you.
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