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In this young male, the diagnosis of definite ARVC was established by satisfying multiple major criteria.
ARVC is a familial disease with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern.
The clinical manifestations of the probands harbouring desmoplakin gene mutations are similar to patients with other ARVCs except that probands with DSP mutations are characterized by a high occurrence of sudden death even in the concealed phase (49), while individuals harbouring plakophilin-2 genes mutations express the disease earlier in life, as determined by age at first clinical manifestation and age at first arrhythmias (65).
Phases III and IV characterize patients with advanced ARVC.
For many affected people, ARVC will not limit the quality or duration of life.
MURST 40%, ARVC EC Contract QLG1-CT-2000-01091, and Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio, Padova e Rovigo, Italy.
1) In addition, ARVC has a wide genetic, clinical, and histologic spectrum.
Taylor is to undergo an operation this week after scans diagnosed the serious condition ARVC (arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy), meaning his days as a professional cricketer for Nottinghamshire and England have been cruelly cut short.