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|Am J Cardiol 108:1021—1023• Noncompaction cardiomyopathy NCCM is a genetic myocardial disorder, which is characterized by a two-layered ventricle wall with a thin compact outer layer and a noncompacted inner layer, with prominent trabeculations and deep intratrabecular recesses communicating with the ventricle cavity without any contact to the coronary system||Weiford, V|
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|Keywords: Arrhythmias, cardiac; Genetics; Heart failure; Myocarditis; Peripartum cardiomyopathy||Likewise it possible to have severe heart failure, which even though the condition is present from birth, may only manifest itself later in life|
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|Major clinical correlates include systolic and diastolic dysfunction, associated at times with systemic embolic events||Genetic related• Eur Heart J 29:270—276• Owing to the growing possibilities of genetic diagnostics, increasingly more triggering variants and hereditary mechanisms emerge|
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As normal development progresses, these trabeculated structures undergo significant compaction that transforms them from spongy to solid.
A publication is expected by Leiden University Medical Centre• 6 described the criteria for the diagnosis by CMR: the ratio of noncompacted myocardium to compacted myocardium must be greater than 2.6|24|30