Pins and Needles
Ischaemia occurs when plaque (a fatty deposit) builds up on your artery walls causing a restriction in the flow of blood and oxygen to tissues. Limb ischaemia most commonly affects the legs and feet. It is a severe form of peripheral arterial disease but can also occur due to a blood clot (deep vein thrombosis).
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