American College of Physicians: Internal Medicine — Doctors for Adults ®

Advertisement

ACP Observer Extra: Peripheral arterial disease

Medical Editors:
PIER PAD Module author: Peter Henke, MD, Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich.
ACP Editor: David Goldmann, FACP, Vice President PIER
Editor: Janet Colwell
Associate editor: Ryan Dubosar
Writer: Deborah Gesensway
Web coordinator: Suzanne Cudd
Web banner design: Barry Moshinski

Content based on PIER's module on Peripheral Arterial Disease and information from ACP's MKSAP 14.

Produced under an unrestricted educational grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb.
2007 by the American College of Physicians, 190 N. Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1572.
Publication contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not represent an official position of ACP or Bristol-Myers Squibb.

Art/credits:
Cover: Colored angiogram (X-ray) of stenosis of the popliteal arteries (red) in the legs. Zephyr / Photo Researchers, Inc.
Foot affected by ischemia: Dr. M.A. Ansary / Photo Researchers, Inc
Arterial angioplasty: BSIP / Photo Researchers, Inc.
Photos of blood pressure gage, treadmill, and doctors in consultation by Comstock Images.

This is a printer-friendly version of this page

Print this page  |  Close the preview

Advertisement

Share

 
 

Internist Archives Quick Links

Annals Virtual Patients Series 1-4 Available

Annals Virtual Patient series 1-4 available

Annals Virtual Patients is a unique online patient simulator that helps you learn while you earn CME Credit and MOC Points.
Start your journey now.

 

ACP keeps you on target to earn MOC Points

ACP keeps you on target to earn MOC Points

December 2015 is the deadline for most internists participating in ABIM MOC to earn some MOC points. Review our stimulating and rewarding options.