Orphanet: Vibratory angioedema

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Vibratory angioedema

Disease definition

Vibratory angioedema is a rare, inherited or sporadic, urticaria characterized by localized, typically long-lasting (hours to days), initially pruritic, painful, normocutaneous or erythematous, mucosal and/or cutaneous edema which is triggered by vibration. Laryngeal snoring-induced swelling may be life-threatening.


Classification level: Disorder
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  • ICD-10: -
  • OMIM: 125630
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