Stokes-Adams syndrome

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Stokes-Adams syndrome

[¦stōks ′ad·əmz ‚sin‚drōm]
(medicine)
Syncopic or convulsive attacks occurring in patients with complete heart block.
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Developed by Phelps-Dodge heir William Stokes, the Ansonia had every luxury of its time, including a Turkish bath, pneumatic tube system for residents to exchange messages, along with a rooftop farm which provided guests with fresh eggs and poultry.
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William Stokes rushed 39 yards for one touchdown and caught a 48-yard pass from Kenneth McDaniels for another as Pasadena got its first win, overcoming winless Hoover 28-6 on Thursday night in a Pacific League game at Glendale High.