When collateral vessels matter: asymptomatic Leriche syndrome

Abstract

While acute arterial occlusion causes life-threatening ischemia and organ damage requiring urgent revascularization, the incidental identification of arterial occlusions in asymptomatic patients represents a therapeutic dilemma in clinicians. Does chronic asymptomatic artery occlusion require specific treatment? 
DOI: 10.1002/ccr3.390

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