Intermittent claudication caused by atherosclerosis in patients aged forty years and younger.

@article{Valentine1990IntermittentCC,
  title={Intermittent claudication caused by atherosclerosis in patients aged forty years and younger.},
  author={Rawson James Valentine and D C Macgillivray and John W Denobile and Daniel A Snyder and Norman M. Rich},
  journal={Surgery},
  year={1990},
  volume={107 5},
  pages={560-5}
}
Intermittent claudication may represent a severe limitation in daily life-style for young, active patients and may result in loss of professional career for members of the armed forces. Our recent experience with young patients with atherosclerotic claudication was reviewed to determine whether more liberal use of angioplasty and surgery is warranted in these patients to salvage their military careers and improve their life-styles. A systemic review was made of patients aged 40 years and… CONTINUE READING
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