carditis


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The most common clinical feature at hospitalisation was carditis, which was present in 25/31 (80.
Prophylaxis should continue for 10 years, or up to the age of 21 (which ever is the longer period), but for those with evidence of carditis, it should continue to age 30 or possibly for life.
Although carditis findings and acute phase reactants decreased in follow-up, cyanosis persisted.
Three months previously he had undergone a double cardiac valvular replacement for severe aortic and mitral valvular disease following an attack of rheumatic carditis as a child.
Lesson of the week: difficulties in diagnosing acute rheumatic fever-arthritis may be short lived and carditis silent.
The role of gastric carditis in metaplasia and neoplasia at the gastroesophageal junction.
In very rare cases, the infection-also known as fifth disease and erythema infectiosum--can cause hepatitis or mild carditis in the fetus, but the real danger to the fetus is damage to red blood cell precursors and development of fetal hydrops, Dr.
Lyme carditis is the heart infection caused by Lyme disease.
The most serious complication is carditis, or heart inflammation (rheumatic heart disease), as this may lead to chronic heart disease and disability or death years after an attack.
Credit Carditis - pain in leg caused by wallet pressing on sciatic nerve.
Cardiac troponin T in children with acute rheumatic carditis.
Table 1 Diagnosing Acute Rheumatic Fever, "Jones Criteria," 1992 Update Major Carditis, polyarthritis, chorea, erythema manifestations marginatum, subcutaneous nodules Minor Arthralgias, fever, elevated erythrocyte manifestations sedimentation rate, elevated C-reactive protein, prolonged PR interval on EKG Evidence of Recent past positive throat culture or rapid antecedent antigen test, elevated or rising group A strep anti-streptolysin 0, or anti-DNase B infection antibody titers.
Morphologic features are useful in distinguishing Barrett esophagus from carditis with intestinal metaplasia.
Chapters on prognosis offer an evidence-based review of outcome studies and advice on managing chronic symptoms such as Lyme carditis and Lyme arthritis.