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Hypertensive encephalopathy

Hypertensive encephalopathy refers to a series of clinical manifestations of temporary cerebral circulatory dysfunction caused by high perfusion of cerebral blood flow, high capillary pressure and enhanced permeability when the blood pressure suddenly rises above the threshold of automatic regulation of cerebral blood flow (central arterial pressure greater than 140mmHg), resulting in cerebral edema and increased intracranial pressure, and even the formation of cerebral hernia.

Symptoms

Hepatolenticular degeneration

Functional dyspepsia

Graves disease

Hyperprolactinemia

Hyperosmolar non ketosis diabetic coma

Hypercholesterolemia

Hypertriglyceridemia

Hyperkalemia

Sjogren's syndrome

Cold

Hypertensive nephropathy

Myelodysplastic syndrome

Myeloproliferative disease

Myelofibrosis

bone marrow transplantation

hepatopathy

Bone infection

osteomyelitis

Septic shock

Anaphylactic shock

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