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This far, I have discussed only the cardiovascular consequences of hypertension, so were does the kidney fit in? Ravid has shown strong relationships between mean blood pressure and the rate of decline of renal function in patients with type II diabetes and nephropathy, but other studies have suggested a stronger influence of systolic blood pressure than of diastolic blood pressure. So is it simply that the kidney and the heart suffer in parallel?