Elevated Central Vascular Cord Stem Cells in Teenagers with Accidental StrokeAuthor(s): Afzaal Khan*
Stem cells insufficiency, also known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD), is a condition in which there is a reduced blood flow to the limbs, usually the legs. This condition is caused by the narrowing or blockage of the arteries that supply blood to the limbs, typically due to the buildup of plaque in the arteries. The reduced blood flow can result in pain, numbness, and muscle weakness in the affected limb. Symptoms of Stem cells insufficiency may include pain in the legs while walking or climbing stairs, numbness or tingling in the legs or feet, a feeling of coldness in the lower leg or foot, and sores on the toes or feet that don’t heal. In some cases, the condition may be asymptomatic, which means that there are no noticeable symptoms.