Fibromuscular dysplasia is a pathology of mainly renal or carotid arteries that leads to stenosis, aneurysms and dissections of blood vessels. Most common in women, clinical presentation is driven by the location of vessel pathology.
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References and Resources:
Derkacz A, Podgórski M, Poreba R, Belowska-Bień K, Gruber K, Słonina J, Szuba A, Andrzejak R. Renal hypertension. A case report – therapeutic dilemmas. Kardiol Pol. 2009 Jun;67(6):663-5.
de Jong J, Piek J, van der Wal A. Multifocal arterial fibromuscular dysplasia causing coronary artery dissection following coronary angiography. EuroIntervention. 2009 May;5(1):166.
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