Cardiac Conditions Associated with Sudden Death Commotio Cordis Lesson Waveform Anatomy play pause Table of Contents 1Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy 2Aortic Stenosis - Severe 2 3Arrhythmogenic RV Dysplasia 4Mitral Valve Prolapse (Click with Late Systolic Murmur) 5Myocarditis 6Commotio Cordis 7Ebstein's Anomaly Practice Quiz This video is an animation of Commotio Cordis A#30 (lesson# 6) within course number 6. This is an example of commotio cordis as heard at the mitral valve area.This condition is caused by blunt force trauma to the chest such as a baseball batter being hit in the chest by a pitch. Severe damage to the right and left ventricles and mitral and tricuspid valves may result.In the example we are showing, the trauma is limited to the mitral valve leaflets. Rupture of a chordae tendinae has occurred resulting in a systolic murmur.The first half of the murmur is rectangular. It is followed by a decrescendo late systolic component. This is caused by rapid filling of the left atrium due to torrential mitral regurgitation.