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The paper presents a concise literature review on the concomitant course of the most common nosological entities in the population, such as arterial hypertension (AH) and acid-dependent diseases (ADD). Data on the prevalence, commonness of etiological and pathogenetic factors, the specific features of a clinical course, and diagnostic difficulties are analyzed in persons with AH associated with ulcerative and gastrointestinal reflux diseases. The causes and consequences of these nosological entities are shown; their clinical, morphological, and hemodynamic features are covered. The results of investigations characterizing the specific features of autonomic regulation, diurnal blood pressure variations, and the central hemodynamics in the comorbidity of the diseases in question are given. The rational antihypertensive therapy of AH concurrent with ADD is presented in terms of their impact on gastrointestinal tract disease.


O V Khlynova, A V Tuev, L N Beresneva, A V Agafonov. Problem of a comorbidity of arterial hypertension and acid-dependent diseases]. TerapevticheskiÄ­ arkhiv. 2013;85(5):101-6

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PMID: 23819348

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