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Aortoiliac occlusive disease
Classically, it is described as a triad of symptoms consisting of:
The condition was first described by Robert Graham in 1814, but the condition with its triad of symptoms was ascribed to René Leriche. Leriche, a French surgeon, linked the pathophysiology with the anatomy of the condition. Leriche first published on the subject based on a patient he treated with the condition at the age of 30. Following treatment the 30 year old was able to walk without pain and maintain an erection.
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