- CSA (Central Sleep Apnea) : CSA is the acronym of Central Sleep Apnea which is a type of Apnea that occurs most often during Rapid Eye Movement sleep in which disordered breathing is related to the brain failing to send the necessary signals to breathe. This may reflect brainstem abnormalities that manifest only during sleep.

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