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A patient 80-year-old female has had several episodes of syncope, all of which have occurred while she was returning to her room after breakfast. She complains of headache and she feels cold and weak. She takes nitroglycerin in the morning for a history of chest pain, but denies recent chest pain or shortness of breath.

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