1. A continuing prospective study of patients with severe hypertension is now in its eighteenth year.

2. Patients with impaired renal function survive longer with present-day management if control of pressure is good and if renal structural abnormalities are not gross.

3. Since 1960 myocardial infarction, rather than cerebrovascular accident, has been the commonest cause of death.

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