[French translation and validation of the Edinburgh Questionnaire for the diagnosis of intermittent claudication].

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Obliterative arterial disease of the lower limbs is diagnosed by simple, reproducible, sensitive and non-invasive methods. One of these, a questionnaire for the diagnosis on intermittent limping, is a method of choice. Until recent years, the only validated questionnaire was the one proposed by the World Health Organisation. This was criticised a lot… (More)

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@article{Aboyans2000FrenchTA, title={[French translation and validation of the Edinburgh Questionnaire for the diagnosis of intermittent claudication].}, author={Victor Aboyans and Philippe Lacroix and W. Waruingi and François R Bertin and Francis Pesteil and Alain Vergnen{\'e}gre and M. S. Laskar}, journal={Archives des maladies du coeur et des vaisseaux}, year={2000}, volume={93 10}, pages={1173-7} }