Claudication

a cramping pain in one or both legs while walking, which can cause limping
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Claudication

Limping with pain in legs on walking; relieved by rest. Due to insufficient blood supply to the limb. This is normally caused by partial blockage of arteries by atherosclerosis (“hardening of the arteries�)
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Claudication

cramping pain in the leg or arm muscles on exercise
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Claudication

Pain which develops after a certain amount of exertion.
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Claudication

Our Claudication Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Claudication Claudication: Limping. The word 'claudication' comes from the Latin 'claudicare' meaning to limp. The Roman emperor Claudius (who ruled from A.D. 41-54) was so named because he limped, probably because of a birth defect. Intermittent claudicat
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Claudication

Clau`di·ca'tion noun [ Latin claudicatio .] A halting or limping. [ R.] Tatler.
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claudication

Origin: L. Claudicatio = limping or lameness. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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claudication

(klaw´dĭ-ka´shәn) limping or lameness. jaw claudication a complex of symptoms like those of intermittent claudication but seen in the muscles of chewing; it accompanies temporal arteritis. venous claudication intermittent claudication caused by v...
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Claudication

• (n.) A halting or limping.
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claudication

(L. claudicatio) limping or lameness.
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claudication

Type: Term Pronunciation: klaw′di-kā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Limping, usually referring to intermittent claudication.
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Claudication

Claudication, literally `limping` (Latin), is a medical term usually referring to impairment in walking, or pain, discomfort or tiredness in the legs that occurs during walking and is relieved by rest. The perceived level of pain from claudication can be mild to extremely severe. Claudication is most common in the calves but it can also affect t..
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claudication

limping caused by impaired blood supply to the legs
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