<< Angioedema In The Emergency Department: An Evidence-Based Review


Angioedema is the clinical manifestation of transient, localized, nonpitting swelling of the subcutaneous layer of the skin or submucosal layer of the respiratory or gastrointestinal tracts. The first widely recognized description of angioedema was by Heinrich Quincke in 1882. In honor of his contribution, it is sometimes referred to as Quincke edema.

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