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Hospitalizations due to Angioedema without Urticaria in a Portuguese Center: Five Year Retrospective Study.

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Summary of "Hospitalizations due to Angioedema without Urticaria in a Portuguese Center: Five Year Retrospective Study."

Hospitalizations due to angioedema are important especially in debilitating or life-threatening situations. The aim of this study was to evaluate the frequency and etiology of angioedema without urticaria in hospital admissions.

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Name: Acta medica portuguesa
ISSN: 1646-0758
Pages: 714-720

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