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Overview

The syndrome is named after two Irish physicians, Robert Adams (1791–1875)[1] and William Stokes (1804–1877).[2]

References

  1. R. Adams. Cases of Diseases of the Heart, Accompanied with Pathological Observations. Dublin Hospital Reports, 1827, 4: 353-453.
  2. W. Stokes. Observations on some cases of permanently slow pulse. Dublin Quarterly Journal of Medical Science, 1846, 2: 73-85.


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