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Related to lipothymia: interdigitation, fluctuant

lipothymia, lipothymy

fainting or a feeling of faintness; swooning; syncope. — lipothymic, lipothymous, adj.
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For centuries, the medical term for fainting was lipothymia.
After 30 minutes, the patient experienced an episode of lipothymia associated with bradycardia, a heart rate of 35 per minute and blood pressure of 80/40.
Symptoms were mainly cardiologic, with atypical chest pain, dyspnea (New York Heart Association [NYHA] class 3-4), syncope, lipothymia, and fatigue (online Appendix Table).