You are referred a 28-year-old man following a private medical assessment which included echocardiography. This is reported as showing increased trabeculation.
Which one of the following would not be associated with this being a pathological finding?A) The trabeculations are predominantly in the right ventricle
The right ventricle is a common site for trabeculations occurring as a normal variant. All the other findings would raise concern that the trabeculations might represent pathological non-compaction.