Effective treatments for renal artery stenosis include medications that control high blood pressure or lower cholesterol, angioplasty interventions, and surgery to remove the blocked part or nonfunctioning kidney, accord... More »

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According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, symptoms of feline renal failure include loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting, lethargy, dehydration, mouth ulcers, constipation, diarrhea, c... More »

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Artery blockages may be treated with lifestyle changes, surgical procedures or medication, explains WebMD. The treatment method depends on the amount of blockage a person has and the medical history of the patient. More »

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Low kidney function, also known as chronic kidney disease, is treated with medications that control high blood pressure, high cholesterol, anemia and swelling, notes Mayo Clinic. Low functioning kidneys that are in end-s... More »

Initial treatment for renal artery stenosis involves the use of several medications to help control hypertension. Monitoring the patient is an essential part of the treatment plan to ensure that the blood pressure is low... More »

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Treatments for lower-leg pain include eating a healthier diet, managing weight, quitting smoking, exercising, and taking certain medications that control high blood pressure, diabetes or cholesterol, says WebMD. Medicati... More »

Making dietary changes, getting regular physical activity and taking medications used to control high cholesterol are three ways to treat hyperlipidemia, according to the American Heart Association. Hyperlipidemia occurs... More »