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Figure S1. White coat effect. The ABPM shows mild daytime systolic hypertension (150 mmHg), borderline daytime diastolic hypertension (87 mmHg), borderline night-time systolic hypertension (123 mmHg) and normal night-time diastolic blood pressure (DBP; 68 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (187 mmHg/104 mmHg). Normal Dipping pattern.

Figure S2. Systo-diastolic hypertension. The ABPM shows severe 24-h systolic and diastolic hypertension (209 mmHg/135 mmHg daytime, 205 mmHg/130 mmHg night-time). Non-dipping pattern.

Figure S3. Isolated systolic hypertension. The ABPM shows severe daytime isolated systolic hypertension (176 mmHg/68 mmHg), severe night-time systolic hypertension (169 mmHg) and borderline night-time masked diastolic hypertension (70 mmHg). Non-dipping pattern.

Figure S4. Masked hypertension. The ABPM shows mild 24-h isolated systolic hypertension (143 mmHg/69 mmHg daytime, 128 mmHg/64 mmHg night-time) with a white-coat effect (161 mmHg/80 mmHg). SBP dipping pattern.

Figure S5. Ambulatory hypotension. ABPM shows low daytime systolic and DBP (100 mmHg/59 mmHg) and moderate nighttime systolic and diastolic hypertension (146 mmHg/89 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (181 mmHg/102 mmHg). Reverse dipping pattern.

Figure S6. Siesta dipping. The ABPM shows mild daytime systolic and diastolic hypertension (152 mmHg/94 mmHg), optimal night-time systolic blood pressure (111 mmHg) and normal night-time DBP (66 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (158 mmHg/90 mmHg). Measurements taken during the siesta are not included in these averages. Extreme dipping pattern.

Figure S7. Isolated diastolic hypertension. The ABPM shows mild 24-h isolated diastolic hypertension (134 mmHg/93 mmHg daytime, 118 mmHg/76 mmHg night-time) with a white-coat effect (157 mmHg/102 mmHg). Normal dipping pattern.

Figure S8. Nocturnal dipping. The ABPM shows severe 24-h systolic hypertension (181 mmHg daytime, 153 mmHg night-time) and moderate 24-h diastolic hypertension (107 mmHg daytime, 96 mmHg night-time). Normal dipping pattern.

Figure S9. Nocturnal non-dipping. The ABPM shows moderate daytime systolic hypertension (164 mmHg), severe daytime diastolic hypertension (112 mmHg) and severe night-time systolic and diastolic hypertension (157 mmHg/101 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (181 mmHg/134 mmHg). DBP dipping pattern only.

Figure S10. Reverse dipping. The ABPM shows normal daytime blood pressure (123 mmHg/71 mmHg), moderate night-time systolic hypertension (141 mmHg) and mild night-time diastolic hypertension (85 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (148 mmHg/91 mmHg). Reverse dipping pattern.

Figure S11. Extreme dipping. The ABPM shows mild daytime isolated systolic hypertension (146 mmHg/77 mmHg) and normal night-time blood pressure (114 mmHg/51 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (212 mmHg/109 mmHg). Extreme dipping pattern.

Figure S12. Isolated nocturnal hypertension. The ABPM shows mild daytime isolated systolic hypertension (142 mmHg/83 mmHg), severe night-time systolic hypertension (168 mmHg) and moderate night-time diastolic hypertension (91 mmHg) with a white-coat effect (159 mmHg/93 mmHg). Reverse dipping pattern.

Figure S13. Morning surge. The ABPM shows severe daytime systolic hypertension (183 mmHg), moderate daytime diastolic hypertension (109 mmHg) and moderate night-time systolic and diastolic hypertension (142 mmHg/94 mmHg). Normal dipping pattern.

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