Vascular problems are ubiquitious and unfortunately are also clinically difficult to identify and treat. They can range from small vasculitic lesions to limb- or life-threatening circumstances involving edema, ulceration, and gangrene of an extremity. Doctors and patients are frequently frustrated by these clinical scenarios. Unfortunately, most physicians have been poorly trained in the evaluation and treatment of these problems.
Peripheral Vascular Diseases is, therefore, a much needed addition to the medical literature. The authors have made a scholarly effort in completing this text, which is derived from their years of thoughtful work with patients having peripheral vascular diseases. The book
Peripheral Vascular Diseases. Ann Intern Med. 1992;116:526–527. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-116-6-526_3
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