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Cough syncope syndrome

Cough syncope syndrome refers to the clinical syndrome of transient loss of consciousness caused by cough, which can wake up automatically after occurrence. However, it is easy to be injured due to falling. Therefore, it should be diagnosed and treated in time to reduce its complications. The syndrome is more common in middle-aged men, about 96.3%. The disease can occur in all age groups, with an average of 52.6 years old. The specific cause of the disease is unknown.

Symptoms

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Klebsiella infection

Oral trichomoniasis

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Kou fever

Silent dysentery

α 1-antitrypsin deficiency

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perforated peptic ulcer

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Quinine poisoning

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