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Lower limb occlusive arterial disease

Lower limb occlusive arterial disease

Lower limb occlusive arterial disease is characterized by narrowing of the arteries that are distal from the aorta. This condition is commonly due to atherosclerosis. There is calf pain both while moving and while at rest, skin ulcers along the area and, in serious cases, gangrene. Medical treatment is necessary to preserve the unaffected limb.

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