What’s Difference Between Benign and Malignant Hypertensive Heart Disease?

Q:

What’s the difference between benign and malignant hypertensive heart disease?

A:

Hypertensive heart disease is a condition caused by hypertension. It happens when the heart works under high blood pressure for a long time. Typical types of hypertensive heart disease include narrowing of the arteries, thickening and enlargement of the heart, and other complications like heart failure, arrhythmia, heart attack, sudden cardiac arrest, and stroke and sudden death.

There is no benign or malignant hypertensive heart disease.

 

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