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A case of episodic angioedema and eosinophilia syndrome is reported. An 18-year-old male suffered from monthly episodes of angioedema, pruritic papules, weight gain, and fever for twelve years. During the episodes, peripheral eosinophils and serum levels of interleukin (IL)-5, an eosinophil proliferating cytokine were elevated. Extensive evaluations disclosed neither visceral involvement nor evidence of parasitic infections, collagen diseases, or neoplastic disorders. Corticosteroid treatmentdoi:10.2169/internalmedicine.32.343 fatcat:7ff5ia2wnzeylevlxobb4cklsy