A patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, syncope, and frequent ventricular tachycardia was monitored during a syncopal episode. An unrecordable blood pressure and the loss of a left ventricular outflow tract murmur without evidence of arrhythmia suggested a primary haemodynamic mechanism such as reduction in left ventricular volume.
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