HYPERTENSION: Arteriovenous anastomosis—next panacea for hypertension?

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The ROX CONTROL HTN study demonstrated the efficacy of arteriovenous coupler therapy in patients with resistant hypertension. However, one-third of the patients developed late ipsilateral venous stenosis, which required venoplasty or stenting. Future research is needed to identify the risk-benefit ratio of this new approach.

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