Neurocardiogenic syncope.

@article{ChenScarabelli2004NeurocardiogenicS,
  title={Neurocardiogenic syncope.},
  author={Carol A Chen-Scarabelli and Tiziano Maria Scarabelli},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={2004},
  volume={329 7461},
  pages={336-41}
}
Syncope is a common problem that many clinicians may encounter in various outpatient settings. Neurally mediated syncopal syndrome includes carotid sinus syndrome, situational syncope, and neurocardiogenic syncope (also known as vasovagal syncope), which is the most common cause of syncope in both children and adults, accounting for 50-66% of unexplained syncope. 2 The distinction between neurocardiogenic syncope and other causes of fainting is essential, as the prognosis and treatment are… CONTINUE READING
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