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

Diagnostic Studies

Determination of the exact cause of angioedema is usually beyond the means of the emergency clinician. Many of the laboratory tests of interest for diagnosis of angioedema require several days for results. Diagnosis of both hereditary and acquired forms of angioedema requires knowledge of the disease process and a high index of suspicion.

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