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vasovagal syncope

noun

Definition of VASOVAGAL SYNCOPE

:  a usually transitory condition that is marked especially by fainting associated with hypotension, peripheral vasodilation, and bradycardia resulting from increased stimulation of the vagus nerve—called also neurocardiogenic syncope, vasodepressor syncope
March 30, 2015
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