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Non-compaction and polyneuropathy in a patient homozygous for the H63D HFE gene mutation

  • Claudia Stöllberger EMAIL logo and Josef Finsterer
From the journal Open Medicine


Left ventricular hypertrabeculation/non-compaction (LVHT) is a cardiac abnormality that is increasingly reported with an association to several genetic disorders. We report an association of LVHT with genetically confirmed hemochromatosis and polyneuropathy in a 54-year old Caucasian female.

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Published Online: 2011-4-8
Published in Print: 2011-6-1

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