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Diagnostic implications of modified treadmill and head-up tilt tests in exercise-related syncope: comparative studies with situational and/or vasovagal syncope.Academic Article Why?
A 73-year-old man with hypertension and syncope.Academic Article Why?
Anomalous origin of left coronary artery in young athletes with syncope.Academic Article Why?
Atrioventricular heart block and syncope coincident with diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus.Academic Article Why?
Carotid sinus syncope in head and neck cancer.Academic Article Why?
Cerebrovascular and cardiovascular measurements during neurally mediated syncope induced by head-up tilt.Academic Article Why?
Evaluation and Management of Patients With Syncope.Academic Article Why?
Hypertension in patients with severe aortic stenosis: emphasis on antihypertensive treatment and the risk of syncope.Academic Article Why?
Severe bradycardia and syncope due to topical ophthalmic timolol.Academic Article Why?
Brugada syndrome: an unusual cause of convulsive syncope.Academic Article Why?
Cardioneuroablation for cardioinhibitory vasovagal syncope.Academic Article Why?
Dynamic cerebral autoregulation is preserved in neurally mediated syncope.Academic Article Why?
Evaluation of Syncope in Older Adults.Academic Article Why?
Predicting the effectiveness of beta-blocker therapy in vasovagal syncope.Academic Article Why?
Recurrent Syncope: An Unusual Complication of Hypertensive Heart Disease.Academic Article Why?
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