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impotence, calf, thigh, buttock claudication, femorals not palpable

aorto-iliac occlusion

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Tx of aorto-iliac occlusion

stop smoking
BP control
ASA and clopidogrel
cilostazol
pentoxifylline
ramipril
statin
stent
bypass
calf compression

3

phosphodiesterase inhibitors

cilostazol
pentoxifylline

4

cilostazol

PDE3 inhibitor

anti-platelet

5

pentoxifylline

PDE3 inhibitor

anti-platelet

6

dependent rubor

leg turn red with no circulation

7

pseudohypertension

oslers sign
-bc of calcified vessels

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oslers sign

pseudo HTN bc of calcified vessels

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wave form analysis

if calcified vessels

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Tx of superficial and common femoral and popliteal stenosis

fem-pop bypass

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worse pain when extend back and improvement when bending forward

spinal stenosis

can look like PVD

12

S4

atrial contraction to noncompliant ventricle

13

burning dorsal foot pain

tibial and pedal artery occlusion

gets better when get up and dangle foot

Tx - vein bypass

14

diabetic neurpoathy

no relief with standing

15

MRA

magnetic resonance angiography
-for Dx of arterial occlusion

16

pedal pulses not palpable

arterial occlusion

17

loss of light touch

do surgery

18

50% of cardiac emboli

to legs

19

before revascularization

bicarb administration

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6 Ps of acute arterial occlusion**

pain
pallor
paralysis
paresthesia
pulselessness
poikilothermia

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blood supply to brain

two sources
carotid
vertebral basilar

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TIA

10 minutes to an hour

23

dizziness, diplopia, dysphagia, dysarthria, dysmetria

D's of vertebral basilar TIAs

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lateral medullary syndrome

occlusion of vertebral or PICA

Ds + numbness in contralateral arm or leg and ipsilateral face

horners syndrome

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ringing ear, dizziness, facial pain, nystagmus, perceptive deafness, intention tremor, positive romberg, loss of pain and temp over face and opposite trunk, ptosis of eye, constriction of pupil

lateral medullary syndrome
-occlusion of vertebral a or PICA

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aphasia, unilateral weakness/numbness, amaurosis fugax

carotid territory TIA

can't understand what you are saying or speaking

amaurosis fugax - loss of vision in one eye

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cramps after eating

abdominal angina

mesenteric occlusion

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severe abdominal pain with no physical exam findings

watch out for abdominal angina
-vessel occlusion > infarction - BAD

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thrombophilic factors

factor V
G20210A
ACLA

red clots

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hypofibrinolytic factors

4G.5G polymorphism of plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 gene (PAI-1)

red clots