Extension of the Metabolic Syndrome Cluster
In a one-stage cross-sectional study, a continuous sample of 102 patients (mean age 47.81±0.63 years) with metabolic syndrome was examined. It was found that autonomic dysfunction determines specific features of arterial hypertension in this group of patients, it causes cardiac autonomic neuropathy and underlies the mechanisms of lower urinary tract symptoms development.
Key Wordsmetabolic syndrome cardiac autonomic neuropathy lower urinary tract symptoms
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