Blood pressures in the legs higher than those in the arms.
Other additional clinical clues for renovascular hypertension are abdominal and/or flank bruits, negative family history of hypertension, high plasma renin activity, hypokalemia, hyponatremia, recurrent flash pulmonary edema, and evidence of atherosclerotic disease in the cardiovascular system.
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