Intermittent claudication is an early symptom of obliterative vascular disease affecting the main arteries supplying the legs. Atherosclerosis is the commonest cause, and although it is progressive, its symptoms may not be: intermittent claudication may develop suddenly or insidiously, and then progress to pain at rest, gangrene and amputation, but more commonly to partial or complete remission with a possible late relapse.
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