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To the Editor
We read with interest the recent publication1 and the associated editorial2 on multimodality imaging of mitral annular disjunction (MAD) in mitral valve prolapse (MVP). MAD is an almost ubiquitous anatomical variant, measuring from 1 to 1.5 mm in histological sections of mitral valves with or without prolapse. MVP can be associated with malignant arrhythmia, leading to out-of-hospital cardiac arrest or sudden cardiac death. Slightly longer, MAD was found in pathology specimens from sudden cardiac death victims,3 and this finding triggered …
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