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Arch Dis Child. Mar 1981; 56(3): 229–230.
PMCID: PMC1627143

Successful use of danazol for hereditary angio-oedema.

Abstract

A 10-year-old boy with severe hereditary angio-oedema was given danazol, 200 mg each day. There was a pronounced reduction in the frequency and severity of oedema.

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