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Type 2 hereditary angioedema treated with acute exacerbation with icatibant: A case report

Hwang YK, An KM, Kim YH, Kim SH, Chang YS

Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a rare autosomal dominant disorder caused by genetic deficiency or decreased function of C1-esterase inhibitor. It is characterized by swelling of subcutaneous and submucosal tissues of...
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Nonepisodic angioedema with eosinophilia: A case report of a Korean patient

Choi J, Park SY, Moon KT, Lee WM, Lee BH, Kim SH

Nonepisodic angioedema with eosinophilia (NEAE) is a rare disease characterized by nonrecurrent angioedema with eosinophilia and normal serum IgM levels occurring predominantly in an East Asian female population. A 49-year-old...
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Capillary leak syndrome and disseminated intravascular coagulation after kidney transplantation in a patient with hereditary angioedema - A case report -

Park JW, Seo J, Kim SH, Jung KT

Background: Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a rare disease caused by the deficiency of C1 esterase inhibitor. HAE has a risk of life-threatening complications such as capillary leak syndrome (CLS) and...
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Update on the Management of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug Hypersensitivity

Yeung WY, Park HS

The clinical phenotypes of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) hypersensitivity are heterogeneous with various presentations including time of symptom onset, organ involvements, and underlying pathophysiology. Having a correct diagnosis can be...
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Urticaria: Classification and Diagnosis

Ye YM

Urticaria is a common cutaneous disease characterized by recurrent and transient wheals and pruritus, sometimes accompanied angioedema. The classification of urticaria is based on the duration of the disease and...
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Sports-related skin conditions

Kim KH

Skin diseases associated with athletic activities can be classified as skin infections, inflammatory reactions, trauma, and abnormal proliferation, depending on the cause of the condition. Athlete's nodule is a generic...
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Epidemiology of urticaria including physical urticaria and angioedema in Korea

Seo JH, Kwon JW

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Despite the high burden and frequency of urticaria, its epidemiology is not well known. We investigated the epidemiology of various type of urticaria in Korea and changes in its...
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Pyrazinamide-Induced Urticaria and Angioedema: a Case Report

Kang Y, Kang J, Lee K, Jeong DH, Noh S, Seo B, Kim TB

Pyrazinamide (PZA) is an anti-tuberculosis drug and an essential component of the standard four-drug regimen for tuberculosis. Here, we report a case of immediate angioedema secondary to PZA administration intended...
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Disease-specific impairment of the quality of life in adult patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria

Choi WS, Lim ES, Ban GY, Kim JH, Shin YS, Park HS, Ye YM

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Chronic urticaria (CU) is a common skin disorder characterized by wheals and pruritus lasting more than 6 weeks. Due to its long duration and changeable symptoms, the quality of...
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Transient Orbitofacial Angioedema due to Intravenous Iodinated Contrast Media During Computed Tomography: CT Findings

Min S, Kim ES, Lee Y, Lee K

Orbitofacial angioedema is one of the common contrast-induced adverse reactions. The symptoms are recognized, based on the patient's clinical complaints. Based on prior research findings, there were no reports about...
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A Case of Type 2 Hereditary Angioedema With SERPING1 Mutation

Sim DW, Park KH, Lee JH, Park JW

Hereditary angioedema is a disease of congenital deficiency or functional defect in the C1 esterase inhibitor (C1-INH) consequent to mutation in the SERPING1 gene, which encodes C1-INH. This disease manifests...
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Guideline of Chronic Urticaria Beyond

Fine LM, Bernstein

Urticaria is a relatively common condition that if chronic can persist for weeks, months or years and affect quality of life significantly. The etiology is often difficult to determine, especially...
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Acute urticaria with angioedema following sea hare ingestion

Park JS, Kim JH, Yoon MG, Kim JE, Shin YS

Seafood is one of the common causes of food allergies to adults. The sea hare Aplysia kurodai is a marine mollusk which belongs to invertebrate gastropod that has been consumed...
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A Case of Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis Presenting with Lower Lid Angioedema

You JR, Kim MH, Sung YM, Yang SW

PURPOSE: To describe a case of exercise-induced anaphylaxis presenting with lower lid angioedema. CASE SUMMARY: A 35-year-old female patient for the past 3 years experienced lower lid edema in her left...
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Comparison of Anaphylaxis and Angioedema with Oral Mucosal Involvement in a Single Pediatric Emergency Department

Keum HS, Lee DK, Cho SJ, Hong YM, Kwon JH

OBJECTIVES: We aimed to compare and distinguish the characteristics of anaphylaxis and angioedema, especially with oral mucosal involvement and treatment of patients who visited the Pediatric Emergency Department. METHODS: We retrospectively...
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Clinical experience in managing patients with hereditary angioedema in Korea: questionnaire survey and a literature review

Lee SY, Kang HR, Jung JW, Jang GC, Lee SY, Ahn Y, Min KU, Korean Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology Anaphylaxis Work Group

PURPOSE: Hereditary angioedema is a familial disease which is caused by a genetic deficiency or functional defect of the C1 inhibitor, and it features episodic swelling that can affect any...
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Clinical Characteristics of Angioedema With Eosinophilia

Cho HJ, Yoo HS, Kim MA, Shin YS, Ye YM, Nahm DH, Kim JH, Choi JH, Park SY, Park HS

Angioedema with eosinophilia (AE) is a very rare allergy disease, case reports of which have been published sporadically since 1984. Here, we retrospectively analyzed the clinical features of 10 AE...
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Delayed onset urticaria and angioedema caused by components of itraconazole solution

Kim SY, Choi GS, Kim HK, Kim JH, Kim CS, Yang JW, You GI, Lee JY

Itraconazole, new triazole agent with a broader antifungal spectrum than fluconazole, has been prescribed widely in the treatment and prophylaxis for fungal infection. Itaconazole has been reported to have gastrointestinal...
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Omalizumab in recurring larynx angioedema: a case report

Ozturk AB, Kocaturk E

Angioedema with swelling of larynx is a serious allergic reaction and can be life-threatening. It can occur after exposure to various triggers and usually it is very difficult for the...
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Angioedema of the Left Maxillary Area

Kang JW, Lee JH, Lee JH, Song CW, Park JU, Kim CH

  • KMID: 1960473
  • J Korean Assoc Maxillofac Plast Reconstr Surg.
  • 2013 Nov;35(6):427-431.
Angioedema is defined as self-limited, localized swelling. The swelling is asymmetric, non-pitting, and non-tender. Common locations of swelling include periorbital area, lips, tongue, extremities, and bowel wall. A 54-year-old woman...
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