Diagnosing angioedema

Marco Cicardi, Andrea Zanichelli
Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America 2013, 33 (4): 449-56
Angioedema usually occurs within the setting of allergic diseases or urticaria, but situations occur in which angioedema itself represents a disease, such as in hereditary angioedema. Evaluation of patients for recurrent angioedema without wheals must take into account both specific clinical signs and symptoms and specialized laboratory testing.

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