Leg Vascular Occlusion
Arterial occlusions in the legs, which we call leg vein occlusion, also show symptoms similar to cardiovascular occlusions. Familial causes, diabetes, smoking, high blood fat and cholesterol, and vascular inflammation are among the most common symptoms. These symptoms may manifest as pain in the calf, lower leg, and the area between the knee and the foot, and may also manifest in non-painful factors such as paleness and chills in the leg. Foot vein occlusion and sometimes cramping and pain occur in the lower leg after walking a certain distance. Later, after resting, these symptoms may occur again when the same distance is traveled and may give signs of leg vein occlusion. Non-healing foot wounds can also be shown among the symptoms of foot vascular occlusion in general.