An actual syndrome or more commonly an obstetric maneuver used for a breech delivery of an infant. One of my co-workers years ago typed "smelly feet syndrome" in the report (she thought that is what she heard dictated) and the OB doc came by to enlighten her (as well as the rest of us), and not too nicely. He felt she should have asked or at least correlated it with the type of report she was typing. It is funny though, isn't it? I still kind of like "smelly feet syndrome", even to this day.
Chest pain and tightness, facial presssure, and burning sensation over various parts of the body after consuming a large Chinese restaurant meal -- it's the MSG (monosodium glutamate) which some people are sensitive or allergic to. Many times people have ended up in the ER because they thought they were having a heart attack. Stick to crepes or sauerkraut or Swedish meatballs, etc.
Honest! I really dated a guy who spray-painted coffins for a living. At the end of his shift he was always "dead on his feet." Not a real fun date either.
My girlfriends and I (all about 15 at the time) wore these to the local carnival in town one night and almost got more than we bargained for!!