Idiopathic recurrent angioedema.

  title={Idiopathic recurrent angioedema.},
  author={Evangelo Frigas and Miguel A. Park},
  journal={Immunology and allergy clinics of North America},
  volume={26 4},
The treatment of idiopathic, chronic, recurrent angioedema with or without urticaria is difficult, both for patients and their physicians, because treatment often is only partially effective and is labor-intensive, expensive, and lengthy. New medications for urticaria and angioedema that currently are being tested clinically may prove effective. 

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