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patient to suffer fromr hypertrophy

A patient developed kidney infection and  high blood pressure. The kidney infection was diagnosed and treated through IV, the high blood pressure failed  to normalize after kidney treatment, the kidney were still passing some proteins in the urine after treatment. His legs started swelling and he was diagnosed with heart problems as indicated below.
(i) Hypertensive heart disease, (ii) Type I LV diastolic dysfunction (iii) Concentric Left ventricular hypertrophy  

What was the probable cause of heart disease, which is the best treatment and is there likely of the patient suffering from heart attack
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