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162 Possible Causes for Intermittent Claudication, Raynaud's Disease

  • Paresthesia

    This is due to poor blood circulation in the extremities, and can be called Raynaud's phenomenon.[] Whiplash Hyperventilation syndrome Panic attack Dehydration Transient ischemic attack (TIA), sometimes referred as “mini stroke” Beta-alanine ingestion Seizures Raynaud phenomenon[] : o Raynaud's phenomenon, in the asphyxial phase; o vasculitis, an inflammation of the blood vessels.[]

  • Thromboangiitis Obliterans

    Intermittent claudications decreased in 132 of 166 patients. Necrotic ulcers healed in 30 of 185 patients. Amputation was made totally in 155 (53%) patients in 10 years.[] […] syndrome Inclusion term(s): Raynaud's disease Raynaud's phenomenon (secondary) I73.00 Raynaud's syndrome without gangrene I73.01 Raynaud's syndrome with gangrene I73.1 Thromboangiitis[] claudication, (4) pretrophic pain, (5)[]

  • Arteriosclerosis

    The Case 2 was a 61-year-old man with intermittent claudication of the left lower extremity (walking distance: 200 m) began at 59 years.[] Abstract A seventy-four-year-old woman with arteriosclerosis obliterans, diabetes mellitus, and hypertension was admitted for the treatment of intermittent claudication and[] He had a 3-month history of intermittent claudication of the right leg. Physical examination revealed absence of pulsation of the right posterior tibial artery.[]

  • Vascular Disease

    claudication, peripheral arterial disease, and vascular surgery.[] Also called: Raynaud's phenomenon Summary Raynaud's disease is a rare disorder of the blood vessels, usually in the fingers and toes.[] claudication) Claudication (intermittent) I73.9 Dilatation vasomotor I73.9 Disease, diseased - see also Syndrome angiospastic I73.9 peripheral arterial I73.9 vascular NOS[]

  • Arterial Embolism

    On the contrary, patients with acute arterial thrombosis had the previous symptom of intermittent claudication (51.7% vs. 3.3%, p 0.001) more than patients with acute arterial[] BD40 Atherosclerotic chronic arterial occlusive disease H01629 慢性動脈閉塞症 BD41 Non-atherosclerotic chronic arterial occlusive disease H01629 慢性動脈閉塞症 BD42 Raynaud phenomenon[] However, patients with acute arterial thrombosis had intermittent claudication more often than acute arterial embolism.[]

  • Acrocyanosis

    claudication Peripheral angiopathy NOS Spasm of artery Type 1 Excludes atherosclerosis of the extremities ( I70.2- - I70.7- ) specified type NEC I73.89 Crocq's disease I73.89[] […] forms are related to the Raynaud phenomenon.[] ‘‘Blackfoot disease ‘has been associated with arsenic-contaminated drinking water in Taiwan; Raynaud's phenomenon and acrocyanosis also may occur.’’[]

  • Skin Vascular Disease

    Leriche syndrome is a clinical syndrome described by intermittent claudication, impotence, and significantly decreased or absent femoral pulses.[] People with Buerger's disease may also have Raynaud's phenomenon.[] PAINFUL OR NUMB HANDS OR FINGERS Coldness and numbness followed by tingling or stinging pain in your fingers may signal Raynaud’s Disease that is linked to a disorder in your[]

  • Methysergide

    claudication of the calf muscles (1, 3).[] . • Caution should be exercised in patients with history of autoimmune disease, hardening/inflammation of the arteries, blood clots, Raynaud's disease, stroke, uncontrolled[] disease, hardening/inflammation of the arteries, blood clots, Raynaud's disease, stroke ), uncontrolled high blood pressure, heart disease (e.g., coronary artery disease,[]

  • Takayasu Arteritis

    This case report describes a teenage girl with a history of intermittent claudication and Erythema Nodosum who developed acute heart failure.[] Raynaud phenomenon was present in 3 patients (5%).[] claudication.[]

  • Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

    The authors describe a case of a young woman with pain in the left forearm, accompanied by intermittent claudication, weigh loss, myalgias and ischemic lesions in the fingers[] We report the case of a 12-year-old girl whose presenting symptoms--an absent radial pulse and Raynaud's phenomenon of the right hand--could be easily mistaken for a vasculitis[] […] common subclavian vein compression causes upper limb swelling and pain and may result in venous thrombosis ( Paget-Schroetter syndrome ) some can present with symptoms of intermittent[]

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