Quiz: Angioedema
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Angioedema is swelling of tissue under the skin; it sometimes affects the face and throat and often occurs with hives. Which of the following is one way in which angioedema and hives differ?

  • A.

    Angioedema, but not hives, may be triggered by a reaction to a drug

  • B.

    Angioedema involves a greater amount of swelling than hivesĀ 

  • C.

    Antihistamines may relieve mild symptoms of angioedema, but not hives

  • D.

    Tissue affected by angioedema may not itch

Am I correct?