[Should we correct stenosis of the superficial femoral artery in a patient with claudication?].

Abstract

Infrainguinal arterial occlusive disease is very common at the age of 60 years or older. It remains often asymptomatic. In one third of cases, it results in claudication. Claudication is a benign symptom that rarely necessitates surgery or endovascular intervention. Physical training and control of risk factors are sufficient in most cases to improve the… (More)

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@article{Damme2001ShouldWC, title={[Should we correct stenosis of the superficial femoral artery in a patient with claudication?].}, author={Hendrik Van Damme and Janine M. Quaniers and Raymond Limet}, journal={Revue medicale de Liege}, year={2001}, volume={56 9}, pages={639-49} }