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Table 2 Symptoms associated with abdominal attacks 1

From: Abdominal attacks and treatment in hereditary angioedema with C1-inhibitor deficiency

Symptoms n2 % all attacks (N = 296) % attacks with any abdominal symptoms (N = 154)
Distention 118 40% 77%
Cramping 112 38% 73%
Nausea 103 35% 67%
Vomiting 32 11% 21%
Diarrhea 21 7% 14%
Other symptoms3 62 21% n/a
  1. 1All patients with abdominal symptoms in EDEMA0, EDEMA1 and EDEMA2.
  2. 2Number of attacks with the symptom at baseline.
  3. 3Free-form text box included: pain, discomfort, tenderness, hyperactive bowel sounds, increased bowl activity, constipation, urgency, peripheral swelling, rash, redness, itching.