CHRONIC RENAL DISEASE AS A CAUSE OF CARDIOVASCULAR PATHOLOGY
The issues of etiology of development of cardiac changes in renal dysfunction, diagnostics and establishment of clinical diagnosis are reviewed as illustrated by a clinical case. Recommendations on lifestyle modification and medicament treatment tactics are described.
This clinical case reflects the peculiarities of incessant progression of combined cardio-vascular pathology developed in association with chronic renal disease, as well as diagnostics and treatment methods.
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