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Absent diastic flow limb
1.Absdent diastolic flow in right sided antrerior tibial,posterior tibial and dorsalic pedis arteries with normal peak systolic velocity and systtolic upstroke. 2.Small eccentric plaque in left common femoral artery
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This is indicative of vascular problem, may be due to injury, inflammation (vasculitis), diabetes or smoking. You must see a vascular surgeon.
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