• A woman with aortitis syndrome who had had severe hypertension for more than 30 years, despite the administration of various antihypertensive drugs, underwent percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) a total of three times. The operation resulted in good control of BP and with an improvement of other hemodynamics without any medication for one year after PTA.
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