Concurrent lumbar spinal stenosis and peripheral vascular disease. A report of nine patients.


Intermittent claudication from peripheral vascular disease is sometimes difficult to distinguish from neurogenic claudication secondary to lumbar spinal stenosis. Of 172 patients with symptoms of claudication and lumbar spinal stenosis proved by myelography or computed tomography (CT), nine had peripheral vascular disease identified with ultrasonography and… (More)


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