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Hereditary angioedema was first described by Dr. William Osler in 1888.  It typically follows a consistent pattern of swelling, but the effects of swelling can be potentially serious. This is a rare genetic condition.


Angioedema can last only a short amount of time (minutes to days), or it can be a chronic condition which returns over longer periods of time.  If you have symptoms of angioedema, your allergist at Chicago Allergy & Asthma can help.  We have advanced training to diagnose and develop treatment plans for you so that you can feel better.


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