Amitriptyline and bromazepam in the treatment of vibratory angioedema: which role for neuroinflammation?


Vibratory angioedema is a rare form of physical urticaria, hereditary or acquired, which occurs at body sites exposed to vibrations. Pathogenic mechanisms of disease are not completely clear and, consequently, current pharmacological treatment is sometimes unsatisfactory. We report the case of a horn player affected by acquired vibratory angioedema… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/dth.12150


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