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C-Reactive Protein Modifies the Relationship Between Blood Pressure and Microalbuminuria
C-reactive protein (CRP) and microalbuminuria reflect intimately related components of the atherosclerotic disease process. Epidemiological studies found only modest associations between CRP and microalbuminuria. Blood pressure, one of the components of the metabolic syndrome in the general population, is the main determinant of microalbuminuria in diabetes and hypertension. We questioned whether CRP modifies the relationship of blood pressure and other cardiovascular risk factors withdoi:10.1161/01.hyp.0000120125.08867.42 pmid:14967837 fatcat:rfzobhd5ezb25lwt3e6bzs7ply