angioplasty in intermittent claudication

Question Number 1512

regarding the role of angioplasty in intermittent claudication

a) an ankle-brachial pressure gradient of 0.3 is normal
b) 5-year patency rates after iliac artery angioplasty are over 50%
c) the incidence of complications in a patient with intermittent claudication is lower than angioplasty in a patient with rest pain
d) daily aspirin has been established as the best non-interventional form of therapy
e) patients with multiple level stenoses should be treated conservatively

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