Incidental diagnosis of Aortic Coarctation by Tardus-Parvus flow in Renal Doppler.

A 29 year-old male with secondary hypertension was referred to our facility .The patient had no family history or risk factors for hypertension. During the physical examination the patient’s blood pressure (BP) measured 180/110 in both arms. Renal Doppler sonography was performed to rule out renal artery stenosis.