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Case 23: Orthostatic Cerebral Hypoperfusion Syndrome, Severe 

Case 23: Orthostatic Cerebral Hypoperfusion Syndrome, Severe
Case 23: Orthostatic Cerebral Hypoperfusion Syndrome, Severe

Peter Novak

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date: 02 December 2020

The tilt test showed severe orthostatic cerebral hypoperfusion syndrome (OCHOS) with reduced cerebral blood flow velocity. OCHOS is associated with reduced orthostatic cerebral blood flow velocity without orthostatic hypotension or arrhythmia.

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