claudication


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Related to claudication: venous claudication, Neurogenic Claudication
  • noun

Synonyms for claudication

disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet

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That index reading is abnormal and the common ratio we see in a person who is having intermittent claudication or pain with exercise.
The patient has done well since the surgery with no claudication.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Intermittent Claudication.
All subjects were recruited by convenience sampling and formed two groups: subjects with PAD and intermittent calf claudication (PAD group, n = 50) and subjects without PAD or claudication (nonPAD group, n = 23).
Claudication, the most common symptom in patients with PAD, typically resolves with rest, but severely limits mobility and activity.
Comment: Several studies, mostly from the 1960s and 1970s, have found vitamin E to be beneficial for patients with intermittent claudication.
All patients with claudication will ultimately progress to critical limb ischaemia and limb loss
No prior exercise interventions have been tested on PAD participants with and without symptoms of intermittent claudication.
For inclusion, patients had to develop intermittent claudication during a screening treadmill test and to have an ABI at rest of less than 0.
But other features--including jaw and tongue claudication, diplopia, and amaurosis fugax--should be considered the "TIAs" of critical ischemia, said Dr.
The condition is called intermittent claudication, meaning clogged arteries in the leg.
The case report of the lady in this article clearly shows that she had left arm claudication related to her subclavian lesion.
The 28 contributions discuss the clinical features of and various therapies available for intermittent claudication, limb ischemia, abdominal aortic aneurysms, renovascular disease, vasospastic disorders, varicose veins, and chronic venous insufficiency.
Intermittent claudication (IC), which causes pain in the legs, is thought to affect about 500,000 people in Bri-tain.