A halting or limping.
Pain in the legs while walking that's caused by blockage of the arteries.
Severe pain on exercising muscles, typically in the legs.
occurs because a blocked artery is interfering with the amount of oxygen-rich blood that can reach the muscles in one or both of the arms or legs
The pain in the calf or thigh muscle that occurs after you have walked a certain distance.
disability of walking due to crippling of the legs or feet
Pain when walking due to blocked arteries in the groin or upper leg.
A cramping pain in one or both legs while walking, which can cause limping.
Leg pain (usually the calf, but sometimes the thigh) which is caused by inadequate blood flow to the leg muscles. The pain is brought on by leg exercise such as walking.
pain, usually in the calf muscle, upon walking. The pain is usually consistent and goes away when the patient stops walking. It is caused by inadequate blood flow, and therefore oxygen delivery, to the muscle during exercise
Pain in the legs, usually the calves, brought on by exercise, relieved by rest, and due to insufficient blood supply. Sign of peripheral vascular disease. [ Quick find
Intermittent limping due to pinching on the nerves in the lumbar spine and not enough blood supply to nerves or muscles.
Pains in calf muscles due to decrease in blood supply. See Chapter 12.
Muscle cramping occurring when exercising the legs (i.e. walking, running) which stops with rest.
pain or fatigue in arms and legs due to poor supply of oxygen to the muscles.
A symptom caused by lack of blood flow to the muscles caused by narrowing of the arteries. The symptom of claudication usually occurs in the calf or in an arm, and is an aching pain that resolves with rest.
Pain in the legs that occurs with work or exercise.
pain in the calf muscles occurring on exercise and disappearing with rest. Caused by decreased blood supply
Attacks of lameness of pain chiefly in the calf muscles, brought on by walking. It is caused by a lack of oxygen reaching the muscle.
Pain in the leg muscles that starts during walking and is relieved by rest. It is caused by atherosclerotic narrowing of the arteries supplying the legs.
Limping. The word "claudication" comes from the Latin "claudicare" meaning to limp. The Roman emperor Claudius (who ruled from A.D. 41-54) was so named because he limped, probably because of a birth defect. See the entire definition of Claudication
Pain in the calf muscles with exercise, caused by poor blood circulation.
a condition caused by a decrease in blood supply to the muscles; characterized by attacks of leg pain, brought on by walking, chiefly in the calf muscles; however, the condition may occur in other muscle groups.
Reduced blood supply to the leg muscles causing pain on walking
Pain which is experienced in the calf or thigh muscle in response to exercise and relieved by rest. Caused by arterial insufficiencv and indicative of mild-moderate occlusive disease.
attacks of limping, lameness, or pain in the legs, often due to diseased arteries caused by atherosclerosis.
Often Intermittent claudication: Condition caused by interruptions of blood supply to the muscles, characterized by limping and pain chiefly in the calf muscles: symptom characterized by pain during walking.
cramping pain in the leg or arm muscles on exercise
Claudication, literally 'limping', is used as a medical term in various contexts. It is also used figuratively.