Ninety hypertensive patients were investigated by intravenous pyelography, abdominal aortography, and renal biopsy. Accessory arteries were present in four of thirty-nine patients with secondary hypertension, whereas sixteen of fifty-one patients with primary hypertension exhibited this anomaly.
These differences in distribution are statistically significant, and the relationship between accessory arteries and primary hypertension is discussed.
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