Peripheral Arterial Disease is poor leg circulation. The
patient can have discomfort or pain in their legs typically when
walking or climbing stairs or skin changes. Without treatment, this
can result in problems walking, loss of limbs such as toes, and in
severe cases death. The pamphlet looks at how patients can tell if
they are developing the disease.
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Peripheral Arterial Disease Diagnosis.
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