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peripheral artery disease (DOID:0050830)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
artery disease +     
atherosclerosis +     
anterior spinal artery syndrome 
aortic atherosclerosis  
aortic disease +   
arterial calcification of infancy +   
arteriosclerosis +   
basilar artery insufficiency +  
basilar artery occlusion 
blue toe syndrome 
carotid artery disease +   
Carotid Atherosclerosis  
Carotid Intimal Medial Thickness 1  
cerebral arterial disease +   
cerebral atherosclerosis 
coronary artery disease +   
diabetic angiopathy +   
generalized atherosclerosis 
hypertension +   
Livedo Reticularis +   
May-Thurner Syndrome 
median arcuate ligament syndrome 
mesenteric vascular occlusion  
peripheral artery disease +   
Lack of perfusion in the EXTREMITIES resulting from atherosclerosis. It is characterized by INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION, and an ANKLE BRACHIAL INDEX of 0.9 or less.
phlebitis +   
Premature Atherosclerosis with Deafness, Nephropathy, Diabetes Mellitus, Photomyoclonus, and Degenerative Neurologic Disease 
priapism +   
pulmonary artery disease +   
Raynaud disease +   
renal artery atheroma 
renal artery disease +   
retinal arterial tortuosity  
retinal artery occlusion +   
retinal vascular occlusion +   
Sneddon syndrome  
splenic artery aneurysm 
subclavian artery aneurysm 
superior mesenteric artery syndrome +  
telangiectasis +   
thromboangiitis obliterans  
Urethral Obstruction Sequence 
vertebral artery insufficiency +  
vertebral artery occlusion 

Exact Synonyms: Peripheral Arterial Disease ;   Peripheral Arterial Diseases ;   Peripheral Artery Diseases
Primary IDs: MESH:D058729 ;   RDO:0007849
Definition Sources: MESH:D058729,,

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