Peripheral arterial disease laboratory findings

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AHA/ACC Guidelines on Management of Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Clinical Assessment of Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Diagnostic Testing for suspected PAD

Guidelines for Screening for Atherosclerotic Disease in Other Vascular Beds in patients with Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Medical Therapy for Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Structured Exercise Therapy for Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Minimizing Tissue Loss in Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Revascularization of Claudication in Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Management of CLI in Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Management of Acute Limb Ischemial in Lower Extremity PAD

Guidelines for Longitudinal Follow-up for Lower Extremity PAD

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Laboratory Findings

Clinical PresentationNoninvasive Vascular Test
Asymptomatic lower extremity PADABI (with stress studies for functional claudication)
ClaudicationABI, PVR, or segmental pressures; Duplex ultrasound; Exercise test with ABI; PE to assess functional status
Possible pseudoclaudicationExercise test with ABI; EMG and MRI for neurogenic etiologies
Possible sympathetic pain syndromesThermography (Sympathetic Skin Response Testing) for RSD and CRPS
Postoperative vein graft follow-upDuplex ultrasound
Femoral pseudoaneurysm, iliac or popliteal aneurysmDuplex ultrasound
Suspected aortic aneurysm; serial AAA follow-upAbdominal ultrasound, CTA, or MRA
Candidate for revascularizationDuplex ultrasound, MR angiography, or CTA

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