Published in IJCP
Angina Bullosa Hemorrhagica as a Presenting Feature of Malignant Hypertension: A Case Report
May 04, 2018 | Vikasdeep Gupta, Vandana Sharma, Kuldeep Thakur, Vidhu Sharma
A conscious and oriented 37-year-old female presented with a sudden onset small hemorrhagic lesion over the soft palate,
which was diagnosed as angina hemorrhagica bullosa. Blood pressure was found to be 220/180 mmHg and there was
presence of papilledema on funduscopic examination. Patient was diagnosed as a case of malignant hypertension, which
was treated medically for hypertension and no local treatment was given. Lesion resolved and patient was free of symptoms
after 2 weeks.