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Celeste
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FMD - a pathological image - a link
www.anatomie1.med.uni-erl...renal2.htm


F: Narrow passages of the middle third of the right renal arteryH: Adult woman, 36-years-old, repeated headache caused by hypertension.INFO/WWW: The main causes or renal artery stenosis - causing renal hypertension/dysplasia - are:

Arteriosclerosis/Atheroma: The stenosis of the renal artery caused by arteriosclerosis is usually located in the proximal third of the renal artery Patients with atheroma are usually older than 40. Fibromuscular hyperplasia/dysplasia: These patients are usually younger than 40 and female.

Multiple narrow passages of the whole renal artery and its branches are typical for fibromuscular hyperplasia/dysplasia. Fibromuscular hyperplasia/dysplasia occurs in 60% bilateral.





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