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    Nanfang Li, editor.
    Part I: General Theory of Secondary Hypertension
    1: Summary of Secondary Hypertension
    1.1 Screening for Secondary Hypertension
    1.1.1 Prevalence of Secondary Hypertension
    1.1.2 Preliminary Screening of Secondary Hypertension
    1.1.3 Specialized Examination of Secondary Hypertension
    1.1.4 Screening Process for Secondary Hypertension
    1.2 Resistant Hypertension
    1.2.1 Prevalence and Diagnostic Criteria of RH:
    1.2.2 Precautions for the Diagnosis of RH and Pseudo RH 1.2.3 Screening of Secondary Hypertension in Patients with RH:
    1.2.4 Management of RH
    1.2.5 Recommended Hypertension Specialist Visit
    1.2.6 Invasive Interventional Therapy
    2: Clinical Manifestations of Secondary Hypertension: Medical History, Symptom Characteristics, and Signs
    2.1 History Taking
    2.2 Characteristics of Symptoms
    2.3 Common Characteristics in Secondary Hypertension
    2.4 Physical Examination
    2.5 Relationship Between Secondary Hypertension and Age 2.6 Characteristics of Different Types of Secondary Hypertension History and Physical Examination
    3: Significance of General Laboratory Examination in the Diagnosis of Secondary Hypertension
    3.1 Routine Laboratory Blood Tests
    3.1.1 Blood Routine Red Blood Cells White Blood Cells Platelets
    3.1.2 Serum Potassium Hypokalemia (K+ 5.3 mmol/L)
    3.1.3 Blood Glucose
    3.1.4 Blood Lipids
    3.1.5 Serum Uric Acid
    3.1.6 Hypersensitive C-Reactive Protein (CRP) 3.1.7 Plasma Insulin Levels
    3.1.8 Renal Function
    3.1.9 Homocysteine (Hcy)
    3.2 Urine Examination
    3.2.1 Examination of General Traits Urine Volume Color and Transparency Foam Urine Specific Gravity (SG) Urinary PH Value
    3.2.2 Detection of Urinary Protein and Urinary Microalbumin Proteinuria Standards (Table 3.4) Clinical Significance of Proteinuria
    3.2.3 Urine Red Blood Cells or Occult Blood
    3.3 Hemorheology
    3.3.1 Hemorheology and Hypertension Hemorheological Characteristics of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS) Hemorheological Characteristics of Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension Syndrome Hemorheological Characteristics of Essential Hypertension
    3.4 Ambulatory Blood Pressure and Exercise Blood Pressure
    3.4.1 Ambulatory Blood Pressure Application of ABPM in Renal Hypertension ABPM and Primary Aldosteronism ABPM and Pheochromocytoma ABPM and Sleep apnea syndrome ABPM in the Elderly ABPM for Adolescents
    Digital Access Springer 2020