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Will a superficial femoral artery stenosis usually cause pain?
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Dr. Mark Rasak
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Yes
The pain is called claudication.
It happends when walking causes the lower extremity to require more oxygen rich blood than can be suplied due to the blockage. Usually resolves with rest.

In brief: Yes
The pain is called claudication.
It happends when walking causes the lower extremity to require more oxygen rich blood than can be suplied due to the blockage. Usually resolves with rest.
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