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  1. Peripheral Arterial Disease | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Symptoms vary from calf pain on exercise (intermittent claudication) to rest pain (critical limb ischaemia), skin ulceration and gangrene. , peripheral vascular disease peripheral arterial di...

  2. Peripheral Vasodilators | Condition Leaflet

    This is called intermittent claudication. The pain varies from person to person; some people may feel aching, cramping or tiredness in the legs.

  3. Peripheral Arterial Disease | Condition Leaflet

    This is called intermittent claudication. It is due to narrowing of one (or more) of the blood vessels (arteries) in your leg. , peripheral vascular disease peripheral arterial disease in...

  4. Pseudoxanthoma Elasticum | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Cardiovascular system signs Intermittent claudication is often the first sign of accelerated atherosclerosis and is the most common cardiovascular symptom (30% of patients). [ 4 ] C...

  5. Buerger's Disease | Condition Leaflet

    This is called intermittent claudication. As the disease becomes worse, pain can occur even when you are resting.

  6. Spinal Stenosis | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Neurogenic intermittent claudication: leg fatigue and/or weakness and leg numbness and/or paraesthesiae. Pain: Bilateral leg pain with burning or cramping. , joint injections amitript...

  7. Diabetes Diet and Exercise | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Peripheral arterial disease: there may be intermittent claudication, leg ulcers, etc. Avoid high-impact exercise, as this may traumatise the feet (emphasise foot care, proper shoes and cot...

  8. Precautions for Patients with Diabetes Undergoing Surgery | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Cardiovascular disease: Evidence of angina, intermittent claudication should be sought. Examine for peripheral arterial disease. Examine for postural hypotension (systolic fall of ...

  9. Muscle Cramps | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Differential diagnosis [ 3 ] Includes: Restless legs (Ekbom's syndrome). Intermittent claudication and ischaemic rest pain. Muscle injury or strain. Hypnagogic muscle...

  10. Intermittent Self-catheterisation | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Intermittent Self-catheterisation, In some cases, the solution may be to combine bladder-relaxing medical therapy with intermittent self-catheterisation. Intermittent low...

  11. Venous Leg Ulcers | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Peripheral arterial disease or intermittent claudication. Cigarette smoking. Rheumatoid arthritis. Examination 80% of all leg ulcers are venous ulcers and a large shallow relat...

  12. Restless Legs Syndrome | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Peripheral arterial disease : intermittent claudication is usually worse on exercise and improves with rest.. Nocturnal leg cramps .

  13. Diabetic Neuropathy | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Risk factors for erectile dysfunction include increasing age, alcohol, initial glycaemic control, intermittent claudication and retinopathy. Gastrointestinal: Nausea and vomitin...

  14. Leg Ulcers | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Peripheral arterial disease including intermittent claudication. Obesity and immobility. Presentation [ 7 ] The type of ulcer may be apparent from its position and associated fea...

  15. Contraception and Special Groups | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Peripheral vascular disease, presenting as intermittent claudication. Hypertensive retinopathy. Transient ischaemic attacks. Smoking [ 1 ] Women of any age who smoke may us...

  16. Cardiovascular History and Examination | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Limb ischaemia , intermittent claudication . Gastrointestinal symptoms: chronic heart failure may cause abdominal discomfort due to liver enlargement and abdominal distension.

  17. Physical Training | PatientPlus (Professional) Article

    Angina pectoris and intermittent claudication : Cardiac rehabilitation is essential for those recovering after myocardial infarction .

  18. Spinal Stenosis | Condition Leaflet

    Spinal stenosis affecting the cervical spine may also cause pain and weakness in the shoulders and arms. Claudication is the term used to describe weakness of the legs that becomes worse s...

  19. 5:2 Diet | Condition Leaflet

    The 5:2 diet is also known as 'The 5:2 Fast Dietâ„¢', or 'The Fast Diet', or 'Intermittent Fasting'. It is based on the underlying principle of eating 'normally&#...

  20. Abnormal Heart Rhythms (Arrhythmias) | Condition Leaflet

    Some come and go (are intermittent); others are permanent unless treated. The main types of arrhythmia include the following: Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) In this arrhythmia, the ...