August 2013 - Volume 31 - Issue 8
pp: 1499-1727
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Twenty-four hour urinary urea excretion and 9-year risk of hypertension: the PREVEND study

Tielemans, Susanne M.A.J.; Geleijnse, Johanna M.; van Baak, Marleen A.; More

Journal of Hypertension . 31(8):1564-1569, August 2013.

Cardiovascular risk

Pathophysiological aspects

Diabetes mellitus

Predictive power of home blood pressure and clinic blood pressure in hypertensive patients with impaired glucose metabolism and diabetes

Noguchi, Yuichi; Asayama, Kei; Staessen, Jan A.; More

Journal of Hypertension . 31(8):1593-1602, August 2013.

Organ damage


Vascular and parenchymal lesions along with enhanced neurogenesis characterize the brain of asymptomatic stroke-prone spontaneous hypertensive rats

Cova, Lidia; Gelosa, Paolo; Mura, Elena; More

Journal of Hypertension . 31(8):1618-1628, August 2013.



Increased short-term blood pressure variability is associated with early left ventricular systolic dysfunction in newly diagnosed untreated hypertensive patients

Tatasciore, Alfonso; Zimarino, Marco; Tommasi, Roberto; More

Journal of Hypertension . 31(8):1653-1661, August 2013.

Renal denervation

Therapeutic aspects

Simplified therapeutic intervention to control hypertension and hypercholesterolemia: a cluster randomized controlled trial (STITCH2)

Dresser, George K.; Nelson, Sigrid A.E.; Mahon, Jeffrey L.; More

Journal of Hypertension . 31(8):1702-1713, August 2013.