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A primary aldosteronism-like phenotype identified with the aldosterone-to-angiotensin II ratio in black men: the SABPA study
van Rooyen JM, et al. Cardiovasc J Afr 2019. Among authors: Malan L. PMID 31781716 Free article.
RESULTS: Hypertensive subjects with higher aldosterone levels showed an increased aldosterone-angiotensin II ratio (AA2 ratio) compared to the hypertensive subjects with low aldosterone levels (10.2 vs 3.0 pmol/l; p = 0.003). ...
RESULTS: Hypertensive subjects with higher aldosterone levels showed an increased aldosterone-angiotensin II ratio (AA2 ratio) compared to t …
The association between anthropometric parameters, the metabolic syndrome and microalbuminuria in black Africans: the SABPA study
Hoebel S, et al. Cardiovasc J Afr 2010. Among authors: Malan L. PMID 20532453 Free PMC article.
Both high-WHR groups revealed increased glucose values (males, 6.34 mmol/l; females, 6.13 mmol/l). Multiple linear regression analysis, independent of confounders, showed positive associations between diastolic blood pressure (DBP) (high WHR and all males), TG, waist circumference (WC) and development of MA in all males. ...
Both high-WHR groups revealed increased glucose values (males, 6.34 mmol/l; females, 6.13 mmol/l). Multiple linear regression …
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