Radiation of anginal pain to the legs.

@article{Kolettis1986RadiationOA,
  title={Radiation of anginal pain to the legs.},
  author={Miltiades Kolettis and Christos Kalogeropoulos and G C Tzannetis and S K Vitakis and P P Xaplanteris and I A Novas},
  journal={British heart journal},
  year={1986},
  volume={55 2},
  pages={211-3}
}
Pain radiated from the chest to one or both legs (17 cases), or from the legs to the chest (two cases) in 19 patients with angina or acute myocardial infarction. The leg pain was assumed to be related to the angina pectoris when both were of a similar character and occurred together, when the leg pain occurred at rest, and when there were normal peripheral pulses in the leg. Pain was felt in the left leg by 10 patients, the right leg by two patients, and in both legs by seven. Three patients… CONTINUE READING

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