Which wall thickness defines right ventricular hypertrophy?
The wall of the right ventricle is markedly thinner than that of the left ventricle. Just like the left heart, the right heart hypertrophy develops in response to longterm pressure and / or volume load. The wall of the right ventricle is considered hypertrophic if its thickness is more than 5mm.
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