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54 Possible Causes for Calf Pain, Peripheral Pulse Decreased, Toe Pain

  • Peripheral Vascular Disease

    PAIN IN TOES OR FEET WHILE RESTING If you have pain in your toes or feet while resting, you may have an advancing case of PAD.[] […] legs or feet Weak or absent pulses in the limb If your case of peripheral artery disease is more severe, your doctor may find: Hair loss over the toes and feet Painful, non-bleeding[] […] episodes of difficulty breathing (renal arteries), or calf pain with walking and/or leg ulcers (femoral and popliteal arteries).[]

  • Raynaud's Disease

    Painful ulcers and gangrene are fairly common and can be difficult to treat. In addition, a person may experience heartburn or difficulty in swallowing.[] In addition, shoes that are too short in heel-to-toe length or shoes with a heel counter may rub and cause pain.[] Raynaud's disease is a vascular disorder characterized by ischemic attacks called, Raynaud's phenomenon, in the fingers, toes, ears, or nose, associated with pain and pallor[]

  • Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome

    One patient who presented late with rest pain and dusky toes underwent popliteal artery release, endarterectomy and a vein patch repair for an occluded popliteal artery.[] Title Young athlete with bilateral exertional calf pain Recommended Citation Dunbar S, Englund J. Young athlete with bilateral exertional calf pain.[] Claudicatio intermittens, coldness of toes, leg pain during exercise, and ischemic ulcers were remarkable in our patients.[]

  • Thromboangiitis Obliterans

    The pain is often located in the arch of the foot. Skin changes or small painful ulcers on the fingers or toes.[] A 50-year-old man went to see his physician because of pain in the calf muscles of both legs when he walked moderate distances, especially uphill; the pain would subside when[] The initial symptom was limited gangrene of a toe (n 9) or a finger (n 2), foot claudication (n 6), calf claudication (n 3), rest pain (n 3), migratory superficial phlebitis[]

  • Lower Extremity Arteriosclerosis

    When PAD becomes severe, you may have: Impotence Pain and cramps at night Pain or tingling in the feet or toes, which can be so severe that even the weight of clothes or bed[] […] or absent pulse in the extremities, or decreased blood pressure in the affected limb.[] As the disease progresses, pain may also be felt at rest in the toes and ulcers may develop. These ulcers can turn gangrenous if untreated.[]

  • Arteriosclerosis

    Pain in feet and toes may indicate a plaque buildup of arteries supplying blood to the feet.[] , carotid artery bruits, and focal neurologic deficits Peripheral vascular disease: Decreased peripheral pulses, peripheral arterial bruits, pallor, peripheral cyanosis, gangrene[] The incidence is approximately 1% per year for men over the age of 65 (as detected by intermittent pain in the calf/thigh).[]

  • Compartment Syndrome

    ) pain when flexing or pointing the big toe Treatment If compartment syndrome is suspected, patients should be directed to the emergency room.[] Lack of oxygenated blood and accumulation of waste products result in pain and decreased peripheral sensation secondary to nerve irritation.[] CASE: A 15-year-old female competitive high school basketball player presented as an outpatient with a 3-month history of bilateral exertional calf pain.[]

  • Diabetes Mellitus

    This can cause tingling, numbness, burning or pain that usually begins at the tips of the toes or fingers and gradually spreads upward.[] Signs include decreased or total loss of ankle jerk reflexes and vibratory sensation, with hyperalgesia and calf pain in some patients.[] A thorn pierced the big toe at the farm of two weeks prior to presentation.[]

  • Leriche Syndrome

    As the disease progresses, the patient may feel pain even when he walks for a short distance. In the later stage even the toes are painful even during rest.[] Obstruction in the more proximal vessels is easily recognized when palpation of the femoral artery reveals decreased or absent pulse.[] The main symptoms are inability to maintain penile erection, fatigue in the lower limbs, cramps in the calf area, ischemic pain of intermittent bilateral claudication; absent[]

  • Vasculitis

    Classically, children present with claudication, absent peripheral pulses, blood pressure abnormalities, strokes, and features of internal organ ischemia.[] A person may also experience: numbness in the limbs tingling in the limbs fingers, toes, hands, and feet turn white in the cold skin ulcerations gangrene of fingers and toes[] Symptoms often include fever, a general feeling of being unwell, weight loss, and muscle and joint aches, including pain in the calf muscles that develops over weeks or months[]

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