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Question: Recurrent facial / oropharyngeal / laryngeal edema in a patient who has low C4, normal C3 and normal factor B. The pathogenesis is most likely due to ?
A) Immune complex disease
B) C1 esterase inhibitors deficiency
C) Hereditary deficiency of C1
D) Classical pathway activation by IgM
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