Cocaine-induced peripheral vascular occlusive disease--a case report.


Two patients with cocaine-induced peripheral vascular occlusive disease are presented. A 37-year-old man was admitted to the hospital for evaluation of severe pain and numbness of his feet. He had used cocaine prior to admission. Arteriography showed bilateral occlusions of superficial femoral, popliteal, and trifucation arteries. Despite repeated infusions… (More)


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@article{Gutierrez1998CocaineinducedPV, title={Cocaine-induced peripheral vascular occlusive disease--a case report.}, author={Amparo N Gutierrez and John D F England and William C. Krupski}, journal={Angiology}, year={1998}, volume={49 3}, pages={221-4} }