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45 Possible Causes for Brain Concussion, Vasovagal Syncope

  • Syncope

    If you have vasovagal syncope, you may faint during the upward tilt. How is vasovagal syncope treated?[] Vasovagal syncope is usually harmless and requires no treatment. But it's possible you may injure yourself during a vasovagal syncope episode.[] What are the complications of vasovagal syncope? Vasovagal syncope itself is generally not dangerous.[]

  • Drop Attacks

    This includes a high fever, low blood sugar, high blood sugar, alcohol or drug withdrawal, or a brain concussion.[] syncope in 1, and gait imbalance in 1.[] Fenton AM, Hammill SC, Rea RF et al (2000) Vasovagal syncope. Ann Intern Med 133:714–725 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar 3.[]

  • Tussive Syncope

    […] perfusion; or, a cerebral concussion-like effect from a rapid rise in CSF pressure.[] […] in vasovagal syncope , Europace , 2005 , vol. 7 (pg. 396 - 9 ) 26 Familial vasovagal syncope , Europace , 2005 , vol. 7 (pg. 472 - 4 ) 27 Vasovagal syncope in medical students[] Vasovagal syncope  most common form of neurally mediated syncope,  Results from  excessive vagal tone,  Abnormal catecholamine response to stress,  venous pooling during[]

  • Sinus Bradycardia

    Concussions and brain trauma A blow to your head can cause a concussion, which often results in headache, confusion, dizziness or other symptoms, which might show up right[] Sapire DW, Casta A, Safley W, O'Roirdan AC, Balsara RK (1983) Vasovagal syncope in children requiring pacemaker implantation.[] During vasovagal syncope (e.g during intense emotional stress) During vagal maneuvers (Valsalva maneuver, carotid sinus [baroreceptor] stimulation).[]

  • Postictal State

    This includes a high fever, high or low blood sugar, alcohol or drug withdrawal, or a brain concussion.[] Connolly SJ, Sheldon R, Thorpe KE et al (2003) Pacemaker therapy for prevention of syncope in patients with recurrent severe vasovagal syncope: Second Vasovagal Pacemaker[] , or a brain concussion.[]

  • Blast Injury

    Treatment of Vasovagal Syncope : Primary : Place the casualty’s head at the level of his heart and elevate his lower extremities.[] Current imaging diagnostic techniques are often insensitive to the underlying pathological changes following mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) or concussion so much so that[] There is no such thing as a mild concussion! If you are concussed, then your brain is injured, and you need proper medical attention, rest, and diet .[]

  • Laceration

    Cerebral contusions and lacerations involve structural brain damage and thus are more serious than concussions .[] Some people faint at the sight of their own blood (this is a neurological reaction in which a reflex slowing of the heart causes a low blood pressure called vasovagal syncope[] Contusions may be caused by the sudden fast movement (acceleration) of the brain against the skull after a jolt—as may be delivered by a forceful blow to the head—or by the[]

  • Vomiting

    […] or brain injury , appendicitis , and migraines .[] Nausea and vomiting sometimes occur after coronary artery occlusion or with vasovagal syncope, and the receptors of this emetic response are probably tension receptors of[] […] and the central nervous system Migraine Head injuries and concussion Stroke and bleeding within the brain Brain tumours or brain cancer Raised intracranial pressure or pressure[]

  • Neurological Disorder

    Cardiovascular but excluding typical vasovagal syncope While standing or sitting - Must not drive and must notify the DVLA.[] Injury (BI) Brain Malformations Brain Tumors Cerebral Palsy (CP) Concussion Congenital Myopathy Developmental Disorders Down Syndrome Encephalitis Epilepsy (Seizure Disorder[] ALS Alzheimer’s disease Back pain Bell's palsy Birth defects of the brain and spinal cord Brain aneurysm Brain injury Brain tumor Cerebral palsy Chronic fatigue syndrome Concussion[]

  • Episodic Ataxia

    […] stem Drug ingestion Stroke † Brain stem, cerebellum Head or neck trauma in an adolescent (eg, during skiing, diving, martial arts) Stroke Brain stem Cerebellar concussion[] Urinary incontinence is common in syncope. A family history of vasovagal syncope is common.[] Space-occupying lesion * Cerebellum Occipital Acute onset in an unsupervised toddler or following a fall Ingestion of toxins Cerebellar concussion Brain Vomiting Basilar[]

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