ACP Observer Extra: Peripheral arterial disease
Content based on PIER's module on Peripheral Arterial Disease and information from ACP's MKSAP 14.
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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.
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