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1. A tribute to Robert C. Tarazi, M.D. (1925–1986).- 2. The multifaceted aspects of cardiac involvement in hypertension.- One: Cardiac output level and systemic hemodynamics.- 3. Cardiac output in hypertension: Basic concepts and experimental studies.- 4. Haemodynamic development.- 5. Systemic hemodynamics and aging.- 6. The hemodynamics of borderline hypertension.- 7. Systemic hemodynamics in sustained essential and reno-vascular hypertension.- 8. Systemic hemodnamics in primary aldosteronism.- 9. Systemic hemodynamics in patients with pheochromocytoma.- 10. Systemic hemodynamics in renal parenchymal disease.- 11. Hemodynamics in patients with overweight and hypertension.- 12. Atherosclerotic hypertension: Systolic hypertension and arterial compliance in patients with arteriosclerosis obliterans of the lower limbs.- 13. Postmyocardial revascularization hypertension: The role of the heart.- Two: Cardiac structure and function.- 14. Cardiac structure and function in animal models and in human hypertension: Basic concepts.- 15. Volume and cardiac factors in the genesis of mineralocorticoid hypertension in the conscious dog.- 16. Heart and hypertension: The magnitude of the problem. Electrocardiographic and echocardiographic aspects.- 17. Acute volume expansion and pumping function of the heart in sustained essential hypertension.- 18. Systolic function and inotropism of the heart in borderline and sustained essential hypertension.- 19. Left ventricular diastolic function in hypertension.- 20. The right ventricle and the lesser circulation in essential hypertension.- 21. Management of hypertensive patients with cardiac problems.- Three: Coronary circulation, left ventricular hypertrophy, and hypertension.- 22. Coronary circulation, cardiac hypertrophy, and myocardial ischemia: Basic concepts.- 23. Coronary circulation and coronary reserve in the hypertensive heart.- 24. Hypertension and coronary atherosclerosis.- 25. Clinical trials, coronary insufficiency, and large arteries in hypertension.- Four: Reversion of cardiac hypertrophy.- 26. Left ventricular hypertrophy and its reversion in hypertension.- 27. Regression of cardiac hypertrophy: Experimental animal model (A review).- 28. Cardiac structure and function after treatment with adrenergic blocking agents.- 29. Cardiac structure and function after vasodilating drugs (dihydralazine-minoxidil).- 30. The effect of converting enzyme inhibitors on the hemodynamic profile of hypertension.- 31. Cardiovascular structure and function after treatment with calcium entry inhibitors in hypertension.- Five: The heart and reversion of arterial and arteriolar structural changes.- 32. Baroreceptor mechanisms and the control of the vascular resistance.- 33. Structural changes of small resistance vessels in essential hypertension.- 34. Hemodynamic response to exercise in hypertension and its modulation by antihypertensive therapy.- 35. Reversion of cardiac, arteriolar and arterial changes following antihypertensive treatment.- Conclusion.- 36. The heart in hypertension: Mechanical and humoral factors.