Prehypertension and Metabolic Syndrome: Prevention of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Events


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Matsuura, H. Prehypertension and Metabolic Syndrome: Prevention of Hypertension and Cardiovascular Events. Hypertens Res 31, 1275–1276 (2008).

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  • prehypertension
  • obesity
  • glucose intolerance
  • dyslipidemia
  • metabolic syndrome

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