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Journal of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine
A 50-year-old woman with facial swelling after dental treatment visited our emergency department. We initially suspected that the swelling was caused by a drug-induced allergy; therefore, the patient was administered anti-allergy therapy. However, the patient did not respond to the therapy. On the basis of examination and a medical interview, we suspected that the swelling was caused by hereditary angioedema (HAE). The condition was eventually diagnosed as type I HAE on the basis of low levelsdoi:10.3918/jsicm.18.633 fatcat:z7s2wn6y6jeerg4ullxpb3j6ay