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12. Intermittent claudication is caused by:a. Venous occlusionb. Arterial insufficiencyc. Neural compressiond. Muscular dystrophy
13. Treatment of acute femoral embolus is:
14. All are true about embolic arterial occlusion except:
15. Which of the following is the most common symptom of aortoiliac occlusive disease?
16. Which of the following is true about Leriche syndrome?a. Caused by aortoiliac occlusionb. Erection or impotence problemsc. Gluteal claudication is seend. All of the above
17. Which of the following statement is not true?Critical limb ischemia=';
18. A patient with critical lower limb ischemia presents with:
19. An adult patient with leg pain and gangrene of toe. His ankle to brachial arterial pressure ratiowould be less than:
20. Definition of critical limb ischemia includes:a. Rest/Night painb. Ankle blood pressure > 50 mm Hgc. Intermittent claudicationd. Well preserved tissues
21. False elevation of ABPI is seen in:
22. Indications for sympathectomy are all except
23 Lumbar sympathectomy is of value in the management of:

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Atherosclerosis, Gangrene, intermittent claudication

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