Recurrent angioedema (RA) is an important clinical problem in routine care and emergency medicine. As of recently, the only validated tools to specifically assess disease status in patients with RA were diary-type activity assessments and angioedema-related...
Background: Recurrent angioedema (AE) is an important clinical problem in the context of chronic urticaria (mast cell mediator–induced), ACE-inhibitor intake and hereditary angioedema (both bradykinin-mediated). To help patients obtain control of their recurrent AE is...
The development of mature mast cells (MCs) from hematopoietic progenitor cells as well as the iden- tification and characterization of committed progenitor cells are a current focus of mast cell research. Most published reports in this area are on the origin and...
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