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      Two-dimensional echocardiographic diagnosis of arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia presenting as frequent ventricular extrasystoles in a child.

      Pediatric Radiology
      Bundle-Branch Block, diagnosis, physiopathology, Cardiac Complexes, Premature, Child, Preschool, Echocardiography, Female, Heart Defects, Congenital, Heart Ventricles, abnormalities, Humans

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          Two-dimensional echocardiographic investigation of a child with frequent isolated ventricular extrasystoles revealed an area of right ventricular dysplasia. This finding may signify a less favorable prognosis and justifies careful echocardiography in the evaluation of asymptomatic ventricular extrasystoles of left bundle branch block morphology in children.

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