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Differential Diagnosis For Patient/Aortic occlusion/distal (Leriche) chronic
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- 1 possible diagnoses found
- Arteriosclerotic, Vascular, Venous Disorders
- Aortic occlusion, distal, chronic
- aorta bifurcation syndrome, aorta embolism bifurcation, aorta embolism saddle, aorta saddle embolus, aorta thrombosis bifurcation, Aortic bifurcation embolus, Aortic bifurcation embolus (disorder), Aortic bifurcation syndrome, Aortic bifurcation syndrome (disorder), AORTIC BIFURCATION SYNDROME ACUTE, AORTIC BIFURCATION SYNDROME CHRONIC, Aortic bifurcation thrombosis, Aortic bifurcation thrombosis (disorder), Aortic bifurcation thrombosis syndrome, AORTIC OCCLUSION DISTAL CHRONIC, Aortoiliac obstruction, bifurcation aortic syndrome, Chronic aorto-iliac occlusion syndrome, EMBOLISM AORTIC BIFURCATION, EMBOLISM AORTIC SADDLE, Leriche, Leriche syndrome, Leriches Syndrome, Leriche's syndrome, Leriche's syndrome (disorder), Patient, Saddle embolus, Saddle embolus (morphologic abnormality), saddle embolus aorta, Saddle embolus of abdominal aorta, Saddle embolus of aorta, Saddle embolus of aorta syndrome, syndrome aortic bifurcation, Syndrome Leriche's, thrombosis aortic bifurcation
- External Links Related to Patient/Aortic occlusion/distal (Leriche) chronic
- PubMed (National Library of Medicine)
- NGC (National Guideline Clearinghouse)
- Medscape (eMedicine)
- Harrison's Online (accessmedicine)
- NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)