Long-term follow-up analysis of a highly characterized arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy cohort with classical and non-classical phenotypes-a real-world assessment of a novel prediction model: does the subtype really matter

Europace

20 January Jan 2020 one month ago
  • Casella M, Gasperetti A, Fassina G, Sommariva E, Catto V, Sicuso R, Conte E, Mushtaq S, Andreini D, Carbucicchio C, Tondo C

Aim of this study was to provide long-term outcome data on arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (ACM) patients with non-classical forms [left dominant ACM (LD-ACM) and biventricular ACM (Bi-ACM)] and an external validation of a recently proposed algorithm for ventricular arrhythmia (VA) prediction in ACM patients.

Reference

Casella M, Gasperetti A, Gaetano F, Busana M, Sommariva E, Catto V, Sicuso R, Rizzo S, Conte E, Mushtaq S, Andreini D, Di Biase L, Carbucicchio C, Natale A, Basso C, Tondo C, Dello Russo A. Long-term follow-up analysis of a highly characterized arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy cohort with classical and non-classical phenotypes-a real-world assessment of a novel prediction model: does the subtype really matter. Europace 2020 Jan 13. pii: euz352. doi: 10.1093/europace/euz352

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