A Rare Cause of Recurrent Syncope in the Pediatric Patient

Thursday, October 05 2017 @ 04:28 EEST

Ioana Adriana Ghiorghiu, Cristina Ramona Radulescu, Doina Anca Plesca

Syncope is type of transient, complete loss of consciousness with an abrupt onset, short duration and complete, spontaneous recovery[1]. It is a frequent symptom in the general population, most patients having a first occurrence between the ages of 10 and 30[2,3]. Strictly considering the pediatric population (under 18 years of age) the reported incidence may be as high as 15%[4]. [...]

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