Arrhythmogenic cardiopathy is a genetic disease that mainly affects
young men and mainly involves the right ventricle. It is responsible for
up to 25% of sudden deaths in children under 35 years of age .
To make its diagnosis, certain criteria are required, such as the
characteristic electrocardiographic alterations in sinus rhythm, the
presence of documented ventricular tachycardia and structural
abnormalities especially in the right ventricle . We present the
case of a 25-year-old male patient with a confirmed diagnosis of
arrhythmogenic cardiopathy who underwent ablation with a ventricular
tachycardia catheter with an endocardial -epicardial approach.