All of the following statements regarding subendocardial infarction are true, except: (AIPG 2012)
|A||These are multifocal in nature I|
|B||These often result from hypotension or shock|
|C||Epicarditis is not seen|
|D||These may result in aneurysm|
Ventricular aneurysms result from trarsmural infarcts, which involve the whole thickness of myocardium from epicardium to endocardium, Subenilocoriliol inlarcts being limited to only the inner one-third or at most one half of the ventricular wall do not cause ventricular aneurysms.
Aneurysm of the ventricular wall most commonly results from a large transmural anteroseptal infarct.