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Sudden cardiac death
Aetiology of sudden cardiac death in athletes in the United Kingdom: a pathological study
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    Idioppathic left ventricular hypertrophy may be innocent bystander in athlete dying of sudden death

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    The findings of Noronha et al (1) et al suggest that idiopathic left ventricular hypertrophy ( without myocyte disarray ) is responsible for 31% of sudden deaths in athletes. However, it is well known that left ventricular hypertrophy is physiologically present in athletes, but its contribution to sudden death is not clear. As there is no detail regarding ECG at the time of presentation, one c...

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