Albanese, Alfonson R.
June 1958
Angiology;Jun1958, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p172
Academic Journal
This article focuses on acute thrombosis of the anterior tibial artery. Clinically, the symptoms are pain and tume-faction in the antero-external region of two-thirds of the upper part of the leg, with difficulty in standing and walking. Later an increase of the diameter at this level becomes apparent; this is retarded because the trophic disorder of the skin is more adequately compensated by collateral circulation. This disease can be observed in 3 different anatomico-clinical forms: first, in its acute form in a patient without peripheral arteriopathy. Second, coincidental with another acute localized obstruction. Third, as a sole obstruction in arteriosclerosis obliterans.


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