DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM : ANGIONEUROTIC EDEMA (QUINCKE) - etiology, pathogenesis, symptoms and course of, recognition, prediction and prevention
Etiology. Usually occurs at vagotonia, people with low thyroid function.
Symptoms. The appearance of edema through different periods of time in various places of the body. Most often on the face, forehead, eyelids, lips. Often joins urticaria. Swelling in the throat and the entrance to the larynx can lead to asphyxia.
Atropine, calcium chloride. Hypothyroidism - thyroidin.