A rare cause of Transient ischemic attack in a young patient: left ventricular non-compaction with a voluminous thrombus
H Foudad*; I Bouaguel; A Trichine
Military hospital of Constantine (Algeria), Department of cardiology.
Received Date: 23/11/2021; Published Date: 27/12/2021
*Corresponding author: H Foudad, Military hospital of Constantine (Algeria), Department of cardiology.
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A 25-year-old man was admitted in our department for management of a transient ischemic attack. It’s a patient without prior medical history.
He underwent echocardiography, which demonstrating in parasternal long axis view an important dilatation of left ventricle with reduced ejection fraction and severe hypokinesis (figure A).2-dimensional parasternal short axis show multiple prominent ventricular trabeculation with deep intertrabecular recesses particularly in the anterior lateral wall (figure B and C) associated with a voluminous thrombus of 21x11mm (figure D and E).
The patient also underwent cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
The final diagnosis was left ventricular non-compaction with a voluminous thrombus complicated with a transient ischemic attack. The patient is put under classic treatment of heart failure associated with an anticoagulant treatment.
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