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Unmasking the True Face of Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome

Artur Fedorowski
Journal of Internal Medicine 2019 April 10
30968485
Not so long time ago, in 1930s, younger and, in particular, female patients presenting with a myriad of such symptoms as palpitations, non-specific chest pain, weakness, insomnia, faintness, dizziness, irritability and flushes were seen as representative of "cardiac neurosis"[1]. The "cardiac neurosis" was believed to be a psychosomatic disorder but the term is largely forgotten by modern cardiology. And there is a good reason for it. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

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