417) A 72-year-old woman with history of stage III melanoma of the right lower extremity underwent a lymph node dissection about one year ago. Her other history includes Diabetes and hypertension. She presents with complaints of increasing pain in her right lower extremity upon walking a block for past few weeks. The pain gets better with rest. There is no history of limb swelling. On examination, vitals are stable. Physical examination is unremarkable with out any swelling or tenderness in her extremities.
Which of the following is the most appropriate diagnosis?
a) Peripheral artery disease
b) Chronic Venous insufficiency
d) Deep Vein Thrombosis
e) Phlegmasia Alba Dolens
Which of the following is indicated next?
A) Venous Doppler
B) Compression Stockings
D) Check blood pressure at ankle and elbow levels
E) Leg elevation