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ARVDAtherosclerotic Renovascular Disease
ARVDArrythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia
ARVDAritmogene Rechter Ventrikel Dysplasie (Dutch: Aritmogene Right Ventricle Dysplasia; cardiology)
ARVDAcute Respiratory Virus Diseases
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A Diagnostic Criteria was developed in 1994, with further modification in 2010 to assist in the diagnosis of ARVD and although the criterion has been shown to be specific, it lacks sensitivity (7).
The confirmed presence of fibrous tissue in addition to the marked fatty infiltration on histology suggested the possible diagnosis of ARVD.
athletes since 1980 showed that about 4% of the sudden cardiac deaths in athletes under 35 since 1980 have been caused by ARVD, he noted (Circulation 2009;119:1085-92).
In the United States (US) hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) (36-42%) (Maron et al., 1996b; Van Camp et al., 1995), in Italy arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) (22.4%) (Corrado et al., 1998) and in France coronary artery disease (CAD) (%29) (Fornes and Lecomte, 2003) are the most common causes of death.
A third type of known irregularity is arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD), in which fatty tissue has replaced normal heart muscle.
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The heart condition is known as arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia (ARVD) [1-2].
The following statements about ARVD are true, except:
The rate of SCD in Italy prior to national screening is quoted to be about 1:28,000 persons per year, with 0.9/100,000 directly attributable to ARVD. The largest and most statistically significant decrease of SCD from a specific cause was a decrease in death from ARVD to 0.15/100,000 [2].
(1,2) The WHO classified cardiomyopathies broadly into dilated, hypertrophic, restrictive subtypes, and arrhythmogenic right-ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVD, Table 1).