How Can PAD Be Confused With Diabetes?

Circulation problems overlap patient groups.

Diabetes can be a precursor to peripheral artery disease (PAD) but the disease can also become manifest without prior history of diabetes. Many PAD patients are symptomless until advanced stages. Untreated PAD can be dangerous because it may lead to painful symptoms or loss of a leg.

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