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Use of a leadless pacemaker in the management of swallow syncope: A case report.

A 41-year-old male presented with syncope whilst eating and was subsequently demonstrated to have recurrent symptomatic sinus pauses whilst swallowing. Following the exclusion of structural heart disease, he was diagnosed with swallow syncope, an uncommon variant of neurocardiogenic syncope. To avoid long-term complications of a transvenous pacemaker, the case was managed with a leadless pacemaker which resulted in complete resolution of symptoms.

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