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Benign arteriolar nephrosclerosis caused by essential hypertension in the elderly

This disease is common, caused by systemic hypertension, and the second disease leading to end-stage renal failure in western countries (about 25%). Incidence rate in China is also increasing. The disease can be divided into benign arteriolar nephrosis and malignant arteriolar nephrosis.

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