Hereditary And Acquired Angioedema

(Acquired C1 inhibitor deficiency) Hereditary and acquired angioedema (acquired C1 inhibitor deficiency) occur due to a deficiency or dysfunction of the C1 inhibitor, a protein that regulates the classical Komplementaktivierungsweg. The diagnosis is made by determining the Komplementspiegels. For treatment of acute attacks C1 inhibitor can be used. Prophylaxis with attenuated androgens to increase the C1 inhibitor. C1 inhibitor deficiency or dysfunction resulting in increased bradykinin, because the C1 inhibitor…

September 3, 2018