What is the most likely cellular stressor and injury type that may result from vascular insufficiency?

What is the most likely cellular stressor and injury type that may result from vascular insufficiency?

Hi I need help on my pathophysiology discussion:

James is a 52-year-old male who comes to the clinic for a checkup for his diabetes. He tells the doctor that he has noticed that his feet have been getting numb and cold, causing him annoyance and irritation. The pulses in James’ feet are faint and they are pale in color. James is diagnosed with vascular insufficiency secondary to consequences of his diabetes.

Based on this case study and your knowledge of the pathophysiology of cellular response to stress. Since we have a nice large group we can divide the work up by last name.

1.  What is the most likely cellular stressor and injury type that may result from vascular insufficiency?

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Explore a current newspaper or journal article presenting current reports related to health. What epidemic conditions are currently present in your geographic area? What is being reported around the world? Do you notice any pandemic condition reports? What terms are used to describe the pathophysiology (for example epidemiology, morbidity, mortality, endemic, pandemic). I am from Salt lake city, Utah.

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