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intermittent claudication


intermittent claudication

noun

Definition of INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION

:  cramping pain and weakness in the legs and especially the calves on walking that disappears after rest and is usually associated with inadequate blood supply to the muscles (as in Buerger's disease or arteriosclerosis)
March 06, 2015
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Deposited, produced, or eroded by wind
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