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Malignant hypertension

Malignant hypertension malignant hypertension refers to a significant increase in blood pressure (the common standard is that the diastolic blood pressure exceeds 140mmHg, but there are other standards). Syndrome with vascular damage, which can be manifested as retinal hemorrhage, exudation and papilledema. Rapidly progressive hypertension is a syndrome with the same symptoms as malignant hypertension but ignoring papilledema.

Symptoms

Malignant atrophic papulosis

Second degree atrioventricular block

Nausea and vomiting

Abdominal pain in children

Pancreatic insufficiency with neutropenia syndrome in children

Disaccharidase deficiency

Extra kidney

Malignant hypertensive arteriolar nephrosclerosis

Enuresis in children

frontotemporal dementia

Frontal lobe epilepsy

Stuttering in children

Children with learning disabilities

Sleep disorders in children

malignant lymphoma

Childhood hyperactivity syndrome

pneumonia

arthritis

Rheumatic heart disease

Atrial septal defect

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