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Transient sensations of impending loss of consciousness: the "blip" syndrome.
  1. J W Lance
  1. Institute of Neurological Sciences, Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney, Australia.


    Momentary sensations of impending loss of consciousness may occur, particularly when a person is relaxed, without any obvious cardiac, cerebral vascular, or epileptic basis. These episodes may be a quasiepileptic phenomenon such as déjà vu and night starts and seem to have a benign prognosis.

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