With no past history of TIA, heart disease, and no provocation he became dizzy, weak, confused, staggering and eventually falling down
and went into a seizure
that lasted 3-4 minutes. After CT scans, MRI/MRA of brain and neck, EEG, Holter monitor study, doppler ultrasound of neck, upcoming Angiogram, and possible endarterectomy, these were the findings. Cardiologist diagnosed Bradycardia from the Holter Monitor study results and recommended a pace maker.