Extensive tissue damage begins in the limb as a result of atherosclerotic (cholesterol plaques) occlusion of the arteries (arteries) supplying the legs and arms. Sometimes a nail or finger necrosis (bruising and bruising) occurs. It usually occurs when the wound that occurs during nail cutting does not heal and is infected. Pain that occurs with walking is defined as claudication and has a very important place in diagnosis. By performing a peripheral computed tomographic angiography,…"Important points in the treatment of artery occlusion"