Intermitent Claudication

This pertains to a peripheral arterial disease of the legs. Likewise, it is called the "Restless leg syndrome."

When a physician who is unfamiliar with this disorder, encounters a patient that presents with the above syndrome, he is usually confused. Commonly, the person that suffers from this condition, tells the physician that the symptoms are difficult to describe: some sas that their legs feel heavy or light or agitated or constantly moving. This condition can be define as "imprecise profound and unpleasant sensations in the legs that produce an urgent need to move them. But unfortunately, nothing can be contributed, or almost nothing with respect its treatment and it is up to the patient, who through his own experience, finds methods that alleviate it.