Stokes-Adams syndrome


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recurrent sudden attacks of unconsciousness caused by impaired conduction of the impulse that regulates the heartbeat

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Stokes-Adams syndrome can cause life-threatening attacks where the patient's heart and breathing stop, they have no pulse and can be just minutes from death.
Keen sportsman James was diagnosed with Stokes-Adams Syndrome - a heart condition caused by a circulation problem - after collapsing twice in London in the spring.
Larsson suffered in 1958 from a heart block condition known as Stokes-Adams syndrome.
Stokes-Adams syndrome is a condition in which slowness of the pulse is associated with attacks of unconsciousness.