Peripheral Arterial Disease

Intro:

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a chronic condition where plaque build-up or hardening of the arteries can lead to reduced blood flow to certain parts of the body.

Symptoms:

Often seen in the legs, symptoms of PAD depend on the degree of narrowing or blockage in a blood vessel and can include:

Risk Factors:

Diagnosis:

Peripheral arterial disease is diagnosed based on a thorough history and clinical exam as well as any of the following:

Treatment:

Treatment of PAD is often multifactorial and includes:

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