Midaortic Syndrome And Renovascular Hypertension Program Symptoms & Causes

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The exact symptoms of MAS/RVH will depend on the individual child, but can include:

  • headaches
  • seizures
  • vision changes
  • abdominal pain that begins after a meal
  • discomfort or weakness in the legs during exercise
  • poor growth
Not only are MAS and RVH rare and potentially life-threatening conditions; they can also affect different children in very different ways. It's essential to seek care from a team of pediatric specialists who are highly experienced in diagnosing and treating these conditions and all related complications.

Most children with midaortic syndrome and/or renovascular hypertension are diagnosed after being examined for signs of severe high blood pressure (hypertension).

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