Microvascular circulatory changes in the lower extremities after reconstructive vascular surgery for intermittent claudication.

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We have studied the circulatory changes in the lower extremities after reconstructive vascular surgery in ten patients with intermittent claudication. The following examinations were carried out 3 days before, 3 days, and 28 days after the operation: measurement of ankle systolic blood pressure, calf plethysmography, resting calf muscle blood flow and… (More)

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@article{Rrdam1988MicrovascularCC, title={Microvascular circulatory changes in the lower extremities after reconstructive vascular surgery for intermittent claudication.}, author={Peter R\ordam and Lene Simonsen and Rolf Jelnes and Ole J. Hartling and Jens Krogh Christoffersen}, journal={European journal of vascular surgery}, year={1988}, volume={2 4}, pages={241-4} }