Malignant hypertension with intestinal ischemia secondary to juxtaglomerular cell tumor
Liborio, A. B.
Marques, F. D.
Leite, C. A.
Leitao, A. A.
Praxedes, J. N.
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Malignant hypertension is a well-defined condition associated with high blood pressure and acute target-organ damage. Although 95% of cases are secondary to essential hypertension, its etiological profile is broad. Juxtaglomerular cell tumor is a rare condition, with only approximately 65 cases reported to date. We describe a patient with malignant hypertension with acute renal failure and intestinal ischemia secondary to a juxtaglomerular cell tumor. We believe this is the first case of juxtaglomerular cell tumor causing malignant hypertension. the diagnostic approach and treatment are discussed.
CitaAmerican Journal of Kidney Diseases. Philadelphia: W B Saunders Co, v. 46, n. 5, p. 957-961, 2005.
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