All data were derived from EHR sources, with angioedema defined by EHR reactions of angioedema, swelling, edema, or lip, eye, face, tongue, throat or mouth swelling.
She had few lingual petechiae, a subtle diffuse erythema, and mild edema of the lower lip. Due to pain, she was unable to speak and swallow.
(Fig. 5a ) Fig. 5 Presentation of angioedema in the emergency department. a Facial/lip edema (Ishoo stage I). b Tongue edema (Ishoo stage III).