*Corresponding author:Josef Finsterer, MD, PhD, Postfach 20, 1180 Vienna, Austria, Europe
Received: December 17, 2018; Published: December 19, 2018
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In a recent article, Pipitone et al.  reported about a fetus with calcified left ventricular hypertrabeculation / noncompaction (LVHT) and persistence of the abnormality after delivery . We have the following comments and concerns regarding this paper. LVHT is frequently associated with other cardiac abnormalities or diseases of organs other than the heart. Was the index patient or any of the relatives investigated for multisystem involvement? Was there any indication for cerebral, ocular, otologic, endocrine, cardiac, intestinal, renal, haematological, or cutaneous abnormalities in addition to LVHT?
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