Dott Antonio Molfese*
Professor, Direttore del Centro Regionale Lucano, dell'Accademia di Storia dell'Arte Sanitaria, Centro Studi sulla Popolazione, Torre Molfese, Via Orsoleo, Italy
*Corresponding Author: Dott Antonio Molfese, Professor, Direttore del Centro Regionale Lucano, dell'Accademia di Storia dell'Arte Sanitaria, Centro Studi sulla Popolazione, Torre Molfese, Via Orsoleo, Italy.
Received: January 18, 2022; Published: February 18, 2022
Let's start with some physiopathology data
The clinical picture resulting from impaired blood supply to the lower limbs is generally attributable to a vascular alteration.
The decrease in blood flow may result from an organic obstruction of the vessels (obliterating arteropathies) and/or from an alteration of the vasomotor tone with consequent vasoconstriction or vasodilation (functional arteropathies).
Citation: Dott Antonio Molfese. “Wood Leg Syndrome". Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 3.3 (2022): 12-13.
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