Mohammad Hassan Rastegar

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Angioedema secondary to C1 inhibitor deficiency has been rarely reported to be associated with systemic lupus erythematosus. A genetic defect of C1 inhibitor produces hereditary angioedema, which is usually presented with cutaneous painless edema, but edema of the genital area, gastrointestinal and laryngeal tracts have also been reported. In lupus(More)
Correspondence: Zahra Habibagahi, MD; Department of Rheumatology and Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Zand Street, Shiraz, Iran Tel/Fax:+98 71 36474316 Email: zagahi@sums.ac.ir Received: 29 April 2013 Revised: 8 September 2013 Accepted: 27 October 2013 Abstract Angioedema secondary to C1 inhibitor deficiency has been rarely reported to be associated(More)
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