By John H. Laragh (auth.), John H. Laragh M.D., Fritz R. Bühler M.D., Donald W. Seldin M.D., M.A.C.P. (eds.)
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M. D. M. U 36 Paris, France P. D. A. D. D. G. D. D. D. James J. Y. A. D. A. Nicolas D. D. A. B. D. S. P. P. D. Division of Nephrology and Hypertension Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Lausanne, Switzerland Contributors Myron H. D. A. E. D. A. Thomas A. D. A. D. University of Hokkaido Hokkaido, Japan J. D. Research Associate Department of Internal Medicine University of Mainz Mainz, Germany Frontiers in Hypertension Research: Past, Present and Future Introduction John H. Laragh THE PHENOMENON A lot has happened since 1895 when Riva-Rocci developed the first practical means for routine blood pressure measurements in the clinical setting.
D. A. D. D. G. D. D. A. N. A. D. D. Y. A. Trefor O. S. Sc. P. J. D. D. Instructor of Biochemical Pathology Shimane Medical University Chief, Biochemical Section Japan Stroke Prevention Center Izumo, Japan lng-Marie Nilsson University of Goteborg Goteborg, Sweden Miguel A. D. A. D. L. B. Senior Registrar MRC Blood Pressure Unit and Department of Medicine Western Infirmary Glasgow, Scotland Motilal B. D. A. Judith M. Sc. D. Associate Professor of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine University of Mainz 6500 Mainz, Germany James A.
Kidney and adrenal diseases), the very large residuum was termed "essential" or idiopathic hypertension. It was widely assumed that this biophysical deviation was a single disease. However, it was recognized very early that the function or survival of most people having untreated high blood pressure was not affected appreciably, if at all. " Indeed this benign characteristic of the disorder was emphasized in writings of Homer Smith, Perera, Goldring, and Chasis. Early on, however, it also became appreciated that, on a statistical basis, having a relatively higher blood pressure even within the normal range is on average clearly associated with a shortened survival.