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How should we measure the “POT” of POTS, and how much does it matter?

Article published in Clinical Autonomic Research by Jeffrey Boris, Philip Fischer


Abstract
Diagnosis is a system of more or less guessing in which the end-point achievement is a name. These names applied to disease come to assume the importance of specific entities, whereas they are for the most part no more than insecure and therefore temporary conceptions.
Sir Thomas Lewis
Welsh Cardiologist
1881–1945

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