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Rituximab Therapy In A Patient With Low Grade B-cell Lymphoproliferative Disease And Concomitant Acquired Angioedema
Author: Ravdeep Kaur, Aerik Anthony Williams, Catherine Baker Swift, Jason W Caldwell
Publisher: Derivative Works
3 pages
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Type of publication: Article
ISBN/ISSN: 1178-6965
DOI: 10.2147/JAA.S68548
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Abstract: Acquired angioedema is often associated with significant morbidity. An underlying lymphatic malignancy, autoimmune disorder, adenocarcinoma, or other malignancy may be present. Screening for these disorders should occur in all patients with acquired angioedema as treatment may result in resolution of angioedema. 

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