A 24-year-old male asked:
24yr old. echo, ecg, 24hr ecg, heart mri + mri angiogram to rule out coronary anomalies. all normal. would you say structurally normal even with pvcs?
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Cardiac Electrophysiology 19 years experience
Yes: I heart is considered structurally normal in the absence of structural disease. Arrhythmia does not constitute structural abnormality. A high PVC burden can result in decreased LV ejection fraction. At that point one would be considered to have a structurally abnormal heart.
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