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Syncope in the Hospital

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Abstract A case is presented in which a man with anomalous coronary artery anatomy and thrombotic oronary stenoses had an episode of syncope. Further subsequent presyncopal events coincided with ventricular tachycardia on ambulatory ECG; stenting of the lesions eliminated further symptoms. The importance of seeking prognostically significant cardiac causes of…

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