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For more information about vascular extremity evaluation, please check with your primary care physician.

Vascular Extremity Evaluation

A lower extremity arterial evaluation is a non-invasive diagnostic procedure that compares the blood pressure in a patient's legs to the blood pressure in his or her arms. A lower blood pressure in the leg could be a symptom of peripheral arterial occlusive (peripheral vascular) disease. The test evaluates the presence, severity and general location of this disease.