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Hypertensive encephalopathy complicating transplant renal artery stenosis.
  1. R. J. McGonigle,
  2. M. Bewick,
  3. J. A. Trafford,
  4. V. Parsons


    A 26-year-old female diabetic patient developed hypertensive encephalopathy with gross neurological abnormalities complicating renal artery stenosis of her transplant kidney. The elevated blood pressure was unresponsive to medical treatment. Surgical correction of the stenoses in the renal artery cured the hypertension and renal failure and led to the patient's complete recovery.

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