What is and what consequence does a ventricular aneurysm have?

Question: What is it and what consequence does a ventricular aneurysm have? Alejandro (Murcia).

Answer: A ventricular aneurysm is a sac-shaped dilation caused by thinning of the myocardial wall, usually secondary to a previous major infarction, but it can also be due to other causes: infections, congenital diseases, etc. The problems that can cause are varied, in summary they would be:

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