A case of carotid sinus syndrome was managed surgically with gratifying results. The symptoms have not recurred up to 19 months after the operation. The surgical management in the case reported consisted of adventitial stripping of the carotid bifurcation. The detailed surgical technique and rationale for surgical treatment are discussed.
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