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Carotid sinus syndrome

Carotid sinus syndrome (CSS) is a group of clinical syndromes with spontaneous sudden dizziness, fatigue, tinnitus and even syncope. It was first reported by roskam et al in 1930. Then Weiss and Baker described 15 cases in detail and proposed that carotid sinus hypersensitivity was the cause of syncope, also known as Weiss Baker syndrome, or Charcot Weiss Baker syndrome.

Symptoms

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Cytomegalovirus pneumonia

Pseudohypertension

Saber syndrome

Intermittent exophthalmos

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Legionella disease

Legionella pneumonia

Acute mesenteric lymphadenitis

Acute superior mesenteric artery infarction

Acute superior mesenteric artery embolism or thrombosis

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Acute hemorrhagic necrotizing enteritis

Acute peritonitis

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Acute simple gastritis

Acute suppurative cholangitis

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