Peripheral Vascular Disease
This collection features AFP content deemed current by the AFP online medical editor on peripheral vascular disease and related issues, including atherosclerosis, critical limb ischemia, intermittent claudication, peripheral arterial disease, and vascular surgery. New research may affect the interpretation and application of this material. Clinical judgment is advised. Note that AFP content published within the past 12 months is accessible to AAFP members and paid subscribers only.
Last Update: 08/14/2012
Screening and Diagnosis
Complications and Special Situations
Editorials and Letters
Patient Education, Self-Care
- Peripheral Vascular Disease: Diagnosis and Treatment (06/01/2006)
- Screening for Peripheral Arterial Disease [Putting Prevention into Practice] (08/15/2006)
- Screening for Peripheral Arterial Disease: Recommendation Statement [U.S. Preventive Services Task Force] (02/01/2006)
- ACCF/AHA Update Peripheral Artery Disease Management Guideline [Practice Guidelines] (05/15/2012)
- Effective Therapies for Intermittent Claudication [FPIN's Clinical Inquiries] (09/15/2011)
- Vascular Surgery: An Update (01/01/2007)
- Peripheral Arterial Disease [Clinical Evidence Handbook] (07/01/2006)
- Percutaneous Interventions for Lower Extremity Peripheral Vascular Disease (12/15/2001)
- Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (04/01/2006)
- Chronic Critical Limb Ischemia: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prognosis (04/01/1999)
- Case Report: Bilateral PAES As Cause of Lower Leg Pain in Young Athlete [Letters to the Editor] (12/01/2011)
- Peripheral Arterial Disease (02/01/2004)
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