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A rare cause of secondary hypertension


Abstract Severe hypertension is a well-recognised cause for acute medical admission, and can have serious consequences if untreated. We present a 48 year old patient in whom coarctation of the aorta was identified following the finding of severe hypertension at the time of routine preoperative assessment, and subsequent finding of…

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