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

Differential Diagnosis

Angioedema can present with swelling in the submucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. This can lead to abdominal pain, distension, ascites, diarrhea, and signs of bowel obstruction. Gastrointestinal edema can lead to fluid shifts that result in hypotension, lightheadedness, and syncope.

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