Renovascular disorders cause high blood pressure, often extreme. Sometimes it's hard to tell if hypertension is from renal artery problems or something else.
Some signs of renovascular diseases are:
- High blood pressure at an early age
- Extremely high blood pressure that can't be controlled
- Kidney dysfunction
- Narrowing of arteries throughout the body
- Signs of malignant hypertension (headaches, confusion, nausea, vision changes)