A peer-reviewed, clinically oriented series covering the latest in Angioedema.

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ISSN 2365-5686

Current Issue: December 2013

In This Issue

  • Letter From the Editors

  • Intravenous Self-Administration of C1-INH Concentrate for Hereditary Angioedema: A Retrospective Report of Real-World Experience in 13 Patients

  • Bradykinin Receptors: Agonists, Antagonists, Expression, Signaling and Adaptation to Sustained Stimulation

  • The Protease Storm of Angioedema

  • Activation and Regulation of the Lectin Pathway of the Complement System

  • A Rare Case of Acquired Angioedema (Type 1) Due to T-Cell Lymphoproliferative Disorder

 

Articles In This Issue »

We would like to thank the following supporters:

CSL Behring, Dyax, HAEA, Shire, ViroPharma Inc.

HAE INTERVIEWS

The Journal of Angioedema is pleased to present educational interviews on important topics in HAE

  • The first interview is with Dr. William Lumry who discusses the reasons behind the common misdiagnosis of this disorder.  He offers a personal account of his experience with a patient who went undiagnosed for many years.
  • The next interview is with Dr. Mohsen Nasir and focuses on the pathogenesis of HAE and the role of bradykinin
  • In our third interview, we speak with Dr. Raffi Tachdjian who presents an overview of current educational initiatives.  We encourage viewers to follow this interview by viewing the Editors Literature Picks which will offer an opportunity for more coverage of this topic with summaries of the latest peer-reviewed articles in HAE
We would like to thank Shire for sponsoring these interviews
 
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