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What is cardio-nerogene-sinkopie?

What is the english word (translation), for the Afrikaans word: kardio-nerogene-sinkopie?
My doctor diagnosed me with this "kardionerogenesinkopie", and I do not know what it means. So I want to look up the exact meaning of my socalled illness. (cardio-nerogenic-faintlings)
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Cardio-neurogenic-syncope is a temporary loss of consciousness caused by a fall in blood pressure. cardio= from the heart neurogenic= from the nerves syncope= temporary loss of consciousness
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