Micturition syncope: an atypical case

A A Eason
Urology 1986, 27 (4): 354-5
A forty-nine-year-old man had episodes of micturition syncope associated with an asymptomatic urinary tract infection. Treatment of the infection resolved the syncopal episodes. Micturition syncope occurs in the standing position; physical, electrocardiographic, and electroencephalographic studies usually have normal results. The case reported here is atypical in that micturition syncope was the only apparent symptom of urinary tract infection.

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