Disorders of Blood Pressure Regulation

Disorders of Blood Pressure Regulation

Phenotypes, Mechanisms, Therapeutic Options


Springer International Publishing AG






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Part I: General Aspects.- 1. Introduction: Definition and Classification of Arterial Pressure Phenotypes.- 2. Diagnostic and Prognostic Significance of Blood Pressure Indices.- 3. Role of Circadian Rhythms and Seasonal Variation in BP Levels.- 4. Natural History of Treated and Untreated Hypertension.- Part II: Mechanisms of Hypertension Development.- 5. The Kidneys, Volume and Blood Pressure Regulation, and Hypertension.- 6. Nervous System.- 7. Hormonal Systems.- 8. Vasoactive Peptides.- 9. Endothelial Function.- 10. Genetics of Blood Pressure and Hypertension.- Part III: Hypertension Phenotypes: Monogenic Syndromes.- 11. Monogenic Forms of Hypertension.- 12. Arterial Hypertension in Turner Syndrome.- Part IV: Hypertension Phenotypes: The Heart.- 13. Hypertensive Heart Disease.- 14. Perioperative Cardiac Surgery Hypertension.- 15. Hypertension: Supravalvular Aortic Stenosis.- 16. Coarctation of the Aorta.- 17. Atrial Fibrillation and Hypertension: Two Entities That Usually Coexist.- Part V: Hypertension Phenotypes: The Central Nervous System and the Brain.- 18. Sleep Disturbances/Sleep Apnea.- 19. Stress and Hypertension.- 20. Central Nervous System Disorders: Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke (Ischemic/Hemorrhagic).- Part VI: Hypertension Phenotypes: The Kidney.- 21. Chronic Kidney Disease.- 22. Calculus Renal Disease.- 23. Uric Acid-Hypertension Relationships.- 24. Hypertension in Dialysis Patients: Clinical Edidemiology, Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, and Treatment.- 25. Renovascular Hypertension.- 26. Molecular Pathways in Hypertensive Renal Damage.- 27. Determinants of Hypertensive Renal Disease and Its Progression.- Part VII: Hypertension Phenotypes: Endocrine Causes.- 28. Cushing's Syndrome and Glucocorticoid Excess.- 29. Primary Aldosteronism and Its Various Scenarios.- 30. Severe Paroxysmal Hypertension (Pseudopheochromocytoma).- 31. Paroxysmal Hypertension: Pheochromocytoma.- 32. Hypertension in Thyroid Disorders.- 33. Primary Hyperparathyroidism.- Part VIII: Special Types of Hypertension.- 34. Phenotypic Changes in the Transition from Prehypertension to Established Hypertension.- 35. White Coat and Masked Hypertension.- 36. Isolated Systolic Hypertension: In the Young and in the Elderly.- 37. Treatment of Resistant Hypertension.- 38. Accelerated / Malignant Hypertension.- 39. Nocturnal Hypertension.- 40. Salt and Hypertension.- 41. Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension.- 42. Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome Hypertension.- 43. Secondary Hypertension: Infrequently Considered Aspects-Illicit/Recreational Substances, Herbal Remedies, and Drug-Associated Hypertension.- Part IX: Hypertensive Phenotypes: Blood Pressure Disorders of Pregnancy and Pediatric Hypertension.- 44. Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy.- 45. Blood Pressure Trends in Children and Adolescents: Predictors of Blood Pressure Elevation in Children and Adolescents.- 46. Hypertension in Children and Adolescents.- Part X: Management and Therapeutic Approaches.- 47. What Is New and What Is Different in Recent Guidelines on Antihypertensive Treatment? Looking Forward to Guidelines Reappraisal.- 48. Place of Invasive Procedures in Blood Pressure Control.- 49. Is Hypertension-Related Target Organ Involvement/Damage Reversible/Preventable?
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Prehypertension;White coat and masked hypertension;Isolated systolic hypertension;Renovascular hypertension;Endocrine hypertension;Pediatric hypertension;Gestational hypertension;Monogenic hypertension;Turner syndrome;Renal calculus disease;Mechanisms of hypertension