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Introduction: Blackout

Description of Blackout

Blackout: Related Topics

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Blackout as a Symptom

Blackout (symptom): Another name for Syncope.
  »Introduction: Syncope
  »Causes of Syncope

Blackout (symptom): Loss or interruption of consciousness....more »

Blackout (symptom): Syncope means loss of consciousness such as fainting. The term "dizziness" is often used for ... more

Blackout: See also Syncope:
  »Introduction: Syncope
  »Causes of Syncope

Blackout (symptom): Syncope is the temporary loss of consciousness due to a sudden decline in blood flow to the brain. It may be caused by... (Source: excerpt from NINDS Syncope Information Page: NINDS)

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