Asymptomatic target-organs damage as additional determinant of global cardiovascular risk in arterial hypertension

March 7, 2019
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An analytical review about prognostic significance of asymptomatic target-organs damage diagnostics in arterial hypertension in context of more detailed assessment of cardiovascular risk is presented in the article. The main instrumental and functional tests for the diagnostics of the subclinical stages of the target-organs damage in arterial hypertension are presented and their prognostic significance for the global cardiovascular events is determined.

Published: 07.03.2019

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