Myocardial hypertrophy is a frequent clinical finding. It is caused by chronic pressure or volume overload of the heart
with subsequent remodelling and resulting heart failure to function as a pump. The most common causes include identified
hypertension, myocardial infarction, or heart valve disorder. In addition to these causes, there are also other causes
of myocardial hypertrophy that are rare in clinical practice, and we often do not consider them in the diagnosis of
the cause of hypertrophy. Some rare causes of hypertrophy are described in this en_article.