Discover Lower Limb Arterial Ischemia
How to detect in the early stage?
Understanding the Symptoms
In the early patient may experience intermittent claudication which is a clinical diagnosis given for muscle pain, it occurs during exercise, suchas walking and is relieved by a short period of time. It implies significant atherosclerotic blockages resulting in arterial insufficiency during exercise. When the disease gets serious then coldness limbs, weakness pulse, edema, hair loss, wound nonunion, pain and numbness may occur. If the disease has not been properly diagnosed or treated, when tissue necrosis and inflammation occur then amputation is the only choice!
When the symptoms show, it is better to be checked and treated by an experienced and expert surgeon.
Peripheral vascular ultrasound