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a decrease or absence of a pulse is what type of insufficiency
arterial
a presence of pulse is what type of pressure insufficiency
venous
if the temperature is cool or cold is what type of pressure
arterial
warm temperature is what type of pressure
venous
if edema is present, which pressure?
venous
shiny skin; thick nails; hair absent ulcers on toes, areas of trauma to feet or lateral malleous; gangrene may develop; ulcer is pale in color with well difined borders
arterial
Ulcers on ankles (medial malleous); thickened skin; brown discoloration; bleeding; uneven edges
venous
leg pain aggravated by exercise, elevation and relieved by rest; deep muscle pain in calf or lower leg
arterial
leg pain aggravated by prolonged standing or sitting; relieved by elevation of legs and walking or rest only after several hours
venous
color of legs: pale on elevation; dusky rubor (red) on dependency
arterial
color of legs: pale to cyanotic
venous