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Her medical history is notable for a 20-year history of obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension. ... Simvastatin rarely produces mild liver test abnormalities but does not cause chronic liver injury or portal hypertension.
August 2016

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Episodes are becoming more frequent and severe. History is also significant for hypertension and stage 3 chronic kidney disease.
December 2018

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She has hypertension and takes hydrochlorothiazide. Blood pressure is 160/90 mm Hg, BMI is 19, and abdominal examination shows splenomegaly. ... Medical history is significant for hypertension; she has never smoked and does not drink alcohol.
October 2018

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Medical history is also significant for type 2 diabetes mellitus and hypertension. ... He has chronic kidney disease (CKD) with nephrotic-range proteinuria (urine protein-creatinine ratio >3500 mg/g or a urine protein excretion >3500 mg/24 h) and
October 2017

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She reports no dysuria, fever, or back pain. Medical history is significant for hypertension and allergic reaction to sulfa drugs, which cause a generalized rash.
July 2018

Cardiovascular disease

https://acpinternist.org/weekly/archives/2017/10/31/4.htm. Obesity, hypertension, and diabetes generally occur earlier in African-American patients than in white patients, and adverse health behaviors may partly ... The statement, which was published
October 2017

Hypertension

Patients treated to a systolic blood pressure target less than 120 mm Hg instead of less than 140 mm Hg had lower rates of cardiovascular events but more incidence of some adverse events, according to new follow-up data.
May 2021

Depression

The analysis included 285 eligible studies (69% hypertension trials) with 53,533 patients who had been exposed to 24 different beta-blockers. ... Results were published by Hypertension on March 15. Depression was the most frequently reported psychiatric
March 2021

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A. Enrollment in a pulmonary rehabilitation program. B. Hypertension. C. Previous COPD exacerbations and FEV. ... However, hypertension has not been associated with an increased risk of acute COPD exacerbations.
March 2021

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Pulmonary hypertension occurs infrequently in patients with unrepaired atrial septal defects owing to the relatively small shunt size. ... A ventricular septal defect can cause pulmonary hypertension if it remains open beyond age 2 years.
August 2018

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