CLINICAL GRADES OF INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION
- Classic Intermittent Claudication Is an Uncommon Manifestation of Lower Extremity Peripheral Arterial Disease in Hospitalized Patients with Coronary Artery Disease. Dieter, Robert S.; Biring, Timinder; Tomasson, Jon; Gudjonsson, Thorbjorn; Brown, Roger L.; Vitcenda, Mark; Emerson, Jean; Tanke, Timothy E.; McBride, Patrick E. // Angiology;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p625
Synchronous peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and coronary artery disease (CAD) is common. Standardized questionnaires such as the Rose/WHO questionnaire and later the Edinburgh modification of this questionnaire were developed to screen for PAD. Little data are available on the sensitivity of...
- THERAPY IN INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION. Pomeranze, Julius; Gadek, Rymond J.; Pitman, Ernest R.; Scherl, Siegfried // Angiology;Jun1955, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p271
A pharmacologic evaluation of Arlidin indicates strong muscle vasodilator activity and an adequate increase in cardiac output. Clinical evaluation indicates excellent results in relief from intermittent claudication. The over-all therapy of peripheral vascular diseases and its associated spasm...
- The low down on claudicant leg pain. Targett, Steve // New Zealand Doctor;6/14/2006, p34
Presents information on claudicant leg pain. Description of the leg pain; Causes; Treatment.
- Resting Ankle-Arm Pressure Index in Vascular Diseases of the Lower Extremities. Piecuch, Telesfor; Jaworski, Roman // Angiology;Mar1989, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p181
The authors calculated 442 values of resting ankle-arm indices in 222 patients, of whom 114 reported exercise pain of the lower extremities (51.3%) and 34 reported rest pain (15.3%). Tissue necrosis was diagnosed in 55 patients (24.8%) and other disorders in 19 (8.6%). Obliterating...
- Treatment of intermittent claudication. Karthikeyan, G.; Eikelboom, John W. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (Overseas & Retired Doctors Edition;3/21/2009, p671
The authors reflect on methods which are used to treat intermittent claudication. They suggest that any methods that are used should improve the patient's symptoms and decrease the risk of cardiovascular problems. They argue that the most important goal of medical treatment in patients with...
- intermittent claudication. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p430
A definition of the term "intermittent claudication" is presented. It refers to cramping pain in the legs due to inadequate blood supply.
- ONSET AND CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL COURSE IN BUERGER'S DISEASE. Nakata, Yukifumi; Ban, Ichiro; Hirai, Masafumi; Shionoya, Shigehiko // Angiology;Sep1976, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p509
From clinicopathological study, vasculitis of Buerger's disease seemed to start at small branch arteries and veins and progress to the trunk artery with thrombus, Progress of vascular lesions in trunk artery was gradual in general; the pathogenesis was briefly discussed.
- Reactive Hyperemia in Patients With Intermittent Claudication, and Correlation With Other Diagnostic Methods. Clement, Denis L.; Brugmans, J. // Angiology;Mar1980, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p189
The value of blood flow measurements was evaluated in 16 patients with intermittent claudication and in 17 healthy sex and age-matched volunteers. Limb volume was recorded with an ECG-triggered venous occlusion plethysmograph (Periflow, Janssen), and the flow values were automatically plotted on...
- Femoral bypass for phlegmasia cerulea dolens. H.D.B. // Cortlandt Forum;08/25/97, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p111
Describes the causes and treatment of phlegmasia cerulea dolens in the legs. Extensive iliac and femoral vein thrombosis; Cross-leg femoral-femoral venous bypass using the saphenous vein when the iliac vein is occluded and most of the femoral and popliteal veins are patent.