Angioedema Pathophysiology - Angioedema Support

This article describes angioedema pathaphysiology and angioedema support for those who are battling this weird, annoying and deadly disease. For better understanding I have divided this guide into two virtual parts: the first one will tell you where and how to find reliable angioedema support whereas the second one explains angioedema pathaphysiology.

If you are prone to angioedema sometimes also called facial angioedema, try to avoid the allergens and factors that may trigger this bizarre disease. However, if you have are already suffering from it, you need reliable and timely support to get out of trouble. Thanks to the internet that now angioedema support is easier than ever. But most of the information is junk or only for advertisement, filter out the junk and find the information relating to your specific case.

Pathaphysiology is a branch of medical science which involves the study of certain changes in the normal physical or biochemical functions. These changes are usually caused in response to a disease or abnormal syndrome. Similarly, angioedema pathaphysiology entails the stud of changes in normal physical or biochemical functions caused by angioedema. The rest of the article describes angioedema pathaphysiology.

Angioedema when occurring without hives (urticaria) can be classified into tow main categories: acquired angioedema and hereditary angioedema.

Hereditary angioedema occurs due to deficiency of C1 inhibitor (C1-INH). Hereditary angioedema is further categorized into three types i.e. type I HAE, type II HAE and type III HAE. First two forms cannot be distinguished clinically whereas the third one occurs in females only.

Acquired angioedema has been classified into two types: type I or type II. It occurs as a result of certain auto-antibodies (autoimmune causes) that take action on the protease which results an increased consumption of C1-INH.

Angioedema accompanied by hives (urticaria) is usually a hypersensitivity reaction to certain offending agents e.g. allergens, extreme temperatures. A fluid called histamine is released into the bloodstream by the mast cells which results in an increased endothelial cell permeability.


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