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You review a 64 year old man who underwent a private health check and investigations. He was advised to see his GP as his blood pressure was 182/99 mmHg. He has no significant past medical history. He reports no symptoms and examination, including fundoscopy, is normal.

He had a urine dipstick and urine albumin:creatinine ratio in the clinic which were both normal. His blood tests undertaken in the clinic for HbA1c, urea and electrolytes, and glomerular filtration rate are normal. He also has an unremarkable 12-lead ECG.

Based on the likely diagnosis, what is the most appropriate option?

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