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Hypertension can lead to blindness,amputation and renal failure!

admin TAGS: 2017-10-10 17:48

The organs of our body need blood supply, the arteries are responsible for the delivery of oxygen-rich blood to the body. Once the arterial blood vessel is blocked, the organs in the corresponding area will suffer ischemia, hypoxia, or even necrosis, resulting in all kinds of symptoms. The greatest harm to hypertension is the damage to the systemic arterial system. Long-term high blood pressure control, can make arterial atherosclerotic plaque or degeneration, over time the formation of severe vascular stenosis or even block, serious consequences. Therefore, the harm of hypertension is not only caused by angina, myocardial infarction, heart failure, cerebral infarction, cerebral hemorrhage, can also lead to eye, kidney and lower limb lesions.

Hypertension can lead to blindness,amputation and renal failure!
Hypertension can lead to blindness,amputation and renal failure!

eye

Hypertension can damage the fundus arteries, retina, optic nerve, causing retinal hemorrhage of the retina, retinal hemorrhage and exudation, retinal central artery or venous obstruction, optic disc edema atrophy, macular degeneration, leading to decreased vision, severe blindness.

Lower limbs

Most patients with hypertension associated with atherosclerosis, lower extremity arteries due to atherosclerosis stenosis or occlusion occurs, there may be intermittent claudication, lower extremity rest pain, ulcers or gangrene, severe surgery may require surgery or even amputation.

kidney

Long-term high blood pressure to increase glomerular pressure, resulting in glomerular damage and renal arteriolar lesions, if not active treatment, usually in 10 to 15 years after renal damage, some patients can develop into renal failure.

Recently talked about the impact of hypertension on the various organs, the purpose is to remind everyone of one thing: the danger of high blood pressure is too much, too big. Therefore, people who do not have high blood pressure to actively prevent high blood pressure; high blood pressure to adhere to long-term treatment, do their best to avoid the occurrence of various types of complications. Healthy blood pressure, healthy life!

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