Leriche syndrome


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Leriche syndrome

 [lĕ-rēsh´]
fatigue in the hips, thighs, or calves on exercising, absence of femoral pulsations, impotence, and often pallor and coldness of the lower limbs, usually affecting males and due to chronic obstruction of the aortic bifurcation.

Le·riche syn·drome

(lĕ-rēsh'),
aortoiliac occlusive disease producing distal ischemic symptoms and signs.

reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome

A painful disorder in which there is evidence of overactivity of the sympathetic nervous system with trophic changes in skin.

Le·riche syn·drome

(lĕ-rēsh' sin'drōm)
Aortoiliac occlusive disease producing distal ischemic symptoms and signs.

Leriche,

René, French surgeon, 1879-1955.
Leriche forceps
Leriche operation - sympathetic denervation by arterial decortication. Synonym(s): periarterial sympathectomy
Leriche sympathectomy
Leriche syndrome - aortoiliac occlusive disease producing distal ischemic symptoms and signs.