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Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Anemia
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Accompanying elevated systolic PRESSURE in anemia are pulsations in the capillary beds, bounding pulse, tachycardia, systolic ejection murmur, pale mucous membranes and, in patients with sickle cell anemia, ventricular gallop and crackles.



Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Aortic aneurysm (dissecting)
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Initially, this life-threatening disorder causes a sudden rise in systolic PRESSURE (which may be the precipitating event), but no change in diastolic PRESSURE. However, this INCREASE is brief. The body-s ability to compensate fails, resulting in hypotension. Other signs and symptoms vary, depending on the type of aortic aneurysm. An abdominal aneurysm may cause persistent abdominal and back pain, weakness, sweating, tachycardia, dyspnea, a pulsating abdominal mass, restlessness, confusion, and cool, clammy skin. A thoracic aneurysm may cause a ripping or tearing sensation in the chest, which may radiate to the neck, shoulders, lower back, or abdomen; pallor; syncope; blindness; loss of consciousness; sweating; dyspnea; tachycardia; cyanosis; leg weakness; murmur; and absent radial and femoral pulses.


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Atherosclerosis
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With atherosclerosis, systolic PRESSURE rises while diastolic PRESSURE commonly remains normal or slightly elevated. The patient may show no other signs, or he may have a weak pulse, flushed skin, tachycardia, angina, and claudication.


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Cushing-s syndrome
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Twice as common in females as in males, Cushing-s syndrome causes elevated BLOOD PRESSURE and widened pulse PRESSURE as well as truncal obesity, moon face, and other cushingoid signs. It-s usually caused by corticosteroid use.


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Hypertension
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Essential hypertension develops insidiously and is characterized by a gradual INCREASE in BLOOD PRESSURE from decade to decade. Except for this high BLOOD PRESSURE, the patient may be asymptomatic or (rarely) may complain of suboccipital headache, light-headedness, tinnitus, and fatigue. With malignant hypertension, diastolic PRESSURE abruptly rises above 120 mm Hg, and systolic PRESSURE may exceed 200 mm Hg. Typically, the patient has pulmonary edema marked by jugular vein distention, dyspnea, tachypnea, tachycardia, and coughing of pink, frothy sputum. Other characteristic signs and symptoms include severe headache, confusion, blurred vision, tinnitus, epistaxis, muscle twitching, chest pain, nausea, and vomiting.



Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Increased intracranial pressure (ICP)
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INCREASEd ICP causes an INCREASEd respiratory rate initially, followed by INCREASEd systolic PRESSURE and widened pulse PRESSURE. INCREASEd ICP affects the heart rate last, causing bradycardia (Cushing-s reflex). Associated signs and symptoms include headache, projectile vomiting, a decreased level of consciousness, and fixed or dilated pupils.


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Metabolic syndrome
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According to the American Heart Association (AHA), a BLOOD PRESSURE equal to or greater than 135/85 mm Hg is symptomatic of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome refers to a group of conditions: INCREASEd BLOOD PRESSURE, elevated glucose and insulin levels, excess body fat around the waist, or abnormal cholesterol levels that put the patient at a higher risk for developing heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, and type 2 diabetes. Having any combination of these puts the patient at an even higher risk. It-s estimated that more than 50 million Americans have metabolic syndrome. Adapting a healthier lifestyle, incorporating better eating habits, losing weight, and increasing physical activity are ways to decrease or delay the risks associated with metabolic syndrome.


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Myocardial infarction (MI)
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MI is a life-threatening disorder that may cause high or low BLOOD PRESSURE. Common findings include crushing chest pain that may radiate to the jaw, shoulder, arm, or epigastrium. Other findings include dyspnea, anxiety, nausea, vomiting, weakness, diaphoresis, atrial gallop, and murmurs.



Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Pheochromocytoma
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Paroxysmal or sustained elevated BLOOD PRESSURE characterizes pheochromocytoma and may be accompanied by orthostatic hypotension. Associated signs and symptoms


Symptom: BLOOD PRESSURE INCREASE (Hypertension)Cause: Polycystic kidney disease
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Elevated BLOOD PRESSURE is typically preceded by flank pain. Other signs and symptoms include enlarged kidneys; an enlarged, tender liver; and intermittent gross hematuria.
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