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Term:Vasovagal Syncope
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Accession:DOID:9008830 term browser browse the term
Definition:Loss of consciousness due to a reduction in blood pressure that is associated with an increase in vagal tone and peripheral vasodilation.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Cerebral Syncopes;   Malignant Neurocardiogenic Syncope;   Malignant Neurocardiogenic Syncopes;   Neurally Mediated Faint;   Neurally Mediated Faints;   Neurocardiogenic Syncope;   Neurocardiogenic Syncopes;   Neurogenic Syncope;   Neurogenic Syncopes;   Supine Syncope;   Supine Syncopes;   Syncope, Vasovagal, Neurally-Mediated;   Vasodepressor Syncope;   Vasodepressor Syncopes;   cerebral syncope;   vasovagal syncopes
 primary_id: MESH:D019462
 alt_id: RDO:0002560
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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Nppb natriuretic peptide B JBrowse link 5 164,796,176 164,797,538 RGD:7247623

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  disease 15348
    disease of anatomical entity 14661
      nervous system disease 9877
        Neurologic Manifestations 3431
          Orthostatic Intolerance 11
            Vasovagal Syncope 1
              Familial Neurocardiogenic Syncope 0
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  disease 15348
    disease of anatomical entity 14661
      nervous system disease 9877
        central nervous system disease 7775
          brain disease 7307
            disease of mental health 5326
              cognitive disorder 1838
                Consciousness Disorders 19
                  Unconsciousness 19
                    Syncope 6
                      Vasovagal Syncope 1
                        Familial Neurocardiogenic Syncope 0
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