ANGIOEDEMA HEREDITARY

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ANGIOEDEMA HEREDITARY, TYPE I AND II
HEREDITARY ANGIOEDEMA , TYPE III
Abdomen
Abdomen pain
Gastrointestinal
Diarrhea
Intestinal edema
Vomiting
General
Associated with increased frequency of autoimmune diseases
Highly variable frequency and severity of attacks
Symptoms typically begin in childhood
Trauma, anxiety, and/or stress can precipitate or aggravate edema
Metabolic Abnormality
C1 esterase inhibitor deficiency
Low level of C4 and C2
Neurologic Abnormality
Impaired sensation of all modalities, distal
Peripheral axonal neuropathy, distal
Sural nerve biopsy shows axonal degeneration
Vasculitic
Respiratory
Asphyxiation
Laryngeal edema
Pharyngeal edema
Skin
Episodes of edema without pruritus
Erythema marginatum