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A man with no atopic antecedent, but who was being treated with a Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor (ACE), was admitted to hospital for an edema affecting the face and tongue. The symptoms included dyspnea and dysphagia but not pruritus or dermal erythema. The patient was resistant to corticoid treatment, antihistaminic drugs and epinephrine.(More)
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