Table 1

Number and percentage of referees with suspicious findings in 12-lead resting ECG, transthoracic echocardiography and exercise ECG

ExaminationSuspicious findings
12-lead resting ECGBrugada-like pattern (n=4, 4.4%)
P dextro-atriale, incomplete RBBB (n=1, 1.1%)
Ectopic supra-ventricular pacemaker (n=1, 1.1%)
Left anterior hemi-block+incomplete RBBB (n=2, 2.2.%)
T wave inversions V4–V6+inferior leads (n=1, 1.1%)
T wave inversions inferior leads (n=3, 3.3%)
Transthoracic echocardiographyHypertrophic left ventricle with impairment of diastolic function (including dilatation of left atrium) (n=5, 5.6%)
Hypertrophic left ventricle without impairment of diastolic function (n=2, 2.2%)
Dilatation of aortic root/ascending aorta (n=2, 2.2%)
Hyper-trabeculated right ventricle (n=2, 2.2%)
Mitral valve prolapse, mild regurgitation (n=1, 1.1%)
Mild mitral regurgitation due to fibrotic changes (n=2, 2.2%)
Left ventricular ‘hypertrabeculation’, borderline non-compaction pattern (n=2, 2.2%)
Exercise ECGST segment depression ≥2 mm in leads V4–V6 (n=4, 4.4%)
Exercise hypertension (n=5, 5.6%)
  • RBBB, right bundle branch block.