CLINICAL GUIDELINE: Diagnosing Syncope: Part 2: Unexplained Syncope

@inproceedings{Linzer1997CLINICALGD,
  title={CLINICAL GUIDELINE: Diagnosing Syncope: Part 2: Unexplained Syncope},
  author={Mark Linzer and Eric J. Yang and N. A. Mark Estes and Paul Wang and Vicken R. Vorperian and Wishwa Kapoor},
  booktitle={Annals of Internal Medicine},
  year={1997}
}
In the first part of this two-part study [1], the differential diagnosis of syncope was examined with respect to the information provided by results of the history, physical examination, and electrocardiography; an algorithmic approach to the diagnosis of syncope was also introduced. A careful history and physical examination are mandatory in all patients with syncope because they are the keys to determining whether additional diagnostic testing is required. Electrocardiography is recommended… CONTINUE READING

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