A 45-year-old woman presented with a 10-year history of arterial hypertension. After initially successful conservative therapy with two antihypertensive drugs, arterial blood pressure was not controlled well during the last months. To exclude a renovascular origin of hypertension, an angiography was performed, which showed fibrodysplastic disease of the right renal artery with several stenotic segments and aneurysms (Fig. 10.1).
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