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S. Komissarova, Candidate of Medical Sciences; T. Sevruk; I. Ustinova; E. Kovsh, Candidate of Medical Sciences Republican Research and Practical Center “Cardiology”, Minsk

Left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC) is rare form of genetically heterogeneous primary cardiomyopathy. The diagnosis, clinical manifestations, and treatment of LVNC are discussed.

left ventricular noncompaction
life-threatening arrhythmias
heart failure

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