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Pletal (Cilostazol) is a phosphodiesterase inhibitor that inhibits platelet aggregation and dilates the arteries supplying blood to the legs. These and other pharmacokinetic images are available at www.peggerrity.com (vasodilation, pletal, cilostazol, drug, drugs, vascular, varicose, thrombus, thrombosis, leg, legs, artery, arteries, arterial, pharmacy, pharmaceutical )

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