Recently, Professor Jin Hongfang and Professor Du Junbao's team from the Department of Pediatrics of Peking University First Hospital published an online publication entitled "Vasovagal syncope or psychogenic pseudosyncope?" in science bulletin (impact factor 20.
Figure: "Differential diagnosis in children with transient loss of consciousness: vasovagal syncope or psychiatric pseudosynoscope?" The article was published
Common causes of transient loss of consciousness (TLOC) include syncope of various etiologies, psychiatric pseudosyncope (PPS) seizures, and epilepsy
This paper mainly analyzes the main differences in pathogenesis, clinical manifestations and auxiliary examinations between VVS and PPS, identifies the main problems of previous differential diagnostic methods, and analyzes and evaluates the two scoring systems
In summary, detailed medical history collection, physical examination and basic ELECTROCARDI examination are an important basis for establishing accurate diagnosis, and the quantitative scoring system of clinical features can improve the efficiency of preliminary differential diagnosis, and it is expected that follow-up research can propose more means
Liao Ying, deputy chief physician of the Department of Pediatrics, Peking University First Hospital, is the first author, Professor Jin Hongfang is the corresponding author, and Professor Du Junbao is Professor DG Benditt of the University of Minnesota Medical School as the guiding authors
(Peking University First Hospital)