High level of adrenal catecholamines in hypertensive subjects with impaired renal function.

Int Urol Nephrol 1986 ;18(2):185-92

Contents of catecholamines were determined in 46 adrenal specimens removed from subjects without adrenal disease. These subjects were allocated in a retrospective conformation to two points: one for renal function and another for blood pressure. Based on the findings, elevated adrenal catecholamines associated with hypertension appear to impair renal function in man.

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August 1986

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