Peripheral vascular disease

What is Peripheral vascular disease?

Peripheral vascular disease or peripheral artery occlusive disease or peripheral obliterative arteriopathy, refers to the obstruction of large arteries that supply blood to legs and feet.

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For the past 3-4 weeks, my right XXXXXXX is ice cold much of the day. Any idea why?
I have no idea what my "query is related to"...that's why I'm...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for your query. Your symptoms lead to two posdibilties. It could be either due to peripheral neuropathy leading to poor temperature...

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Often the tip of my nose will go red. I am a type 2 diabetic and find this to be the case after consuming sugar, could this be a result of high...

doctor1 MD

peripheral vascular disease and peripheral neuropathy is part of T2DM, just see if the tip is colder than normal. Keep your diabetes in check....

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First there was a brown spot on my toe....later the nail fell grew back now the toe is numb it feels like it has spread to another toe

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Brief Answer:
Peripheral vascular disease.

Detailed Answer:

Thanks for your query.

The symptoms as mentioned in your post can be attributed...

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