Genetic Considerations

Hypertension is a complex disease combining the effects of multiple genes and environmental factors. Over 100 candidate genes may increase susceptibility to hypertension, and there may be many more. Genes have been located for several syndromes that include hypertension as a feature (Liddle's syndrome, glucocorticoid-remediable aldosteronism, the syndrome of apparent mineralocorticoid excess), but genetic causes of primary hypertension have been elusive. The degree of risk for hypertension that can be attributed to genetics varies from 15% to 70% depending on the ethnicity of populations studied and the contributions of environmental factors.

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