Also known as Buerger's Disease. Arteries, most often in the legs and feet, become inflamed and accluded, causing burning, numbness, tingling, and if inadequate blood supply continues, phlebitis, tissue damage and possible gangrene.

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The etiology and pathophysiology, clinical presentation, diagnostic studies and duplex scanning of buerger's disease.
Yahoo Group
An e-mail list for those who have beurger's disease.

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