Chronic angina pectoris in the patient with arterial hypertension.
AbstractReference is made to the close relationship between high prevalent arterial hypertension and coronary heart disease, including the vascular risk factor as well as the common genetic and psychosocial factors that influence the development and parallel evolution of vascular and heart diseases. The importance of assessing of the total burden of coronary heart disease risk and its general management is emphasized and some aspects of the treatment of angina pectoris in hypertensive patients are mentioned.
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