- •Peripheral artery disease (PAD) and physical activity were associated with mortality.
- •Mortality risk increased greatly when PAD and low physical activity coexisted.
- •No interactions between PAD and physical activity were observed.
- •Simultaneously evaluating leg vasculature and physical activity improved prognosis.
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