Potential role for a postmortem echocardiographic evaluation in infants
with suspected dilated cardiomyopathy
AbstractDilated cardiomyopathy in infants could potentially be secondary to
structural heart diseases such as LV outflow obstruction and ALCAPA.
These conditions can be diagnosed by a dedicated echocardiogram. When
such an evaluation was not possible, a postmortem echocardiogram could
potentially provide clues about the possibility of a structural heart