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inflammation of the endocardium and heart valves

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An incorrect diagnosis may expose patients to immunosuppressive regimens potentially hazardous to patients with bacterial endocarditis. Thus, a kidney biopsy showing immune complex deposition is critical to establishing appropriate therapy.
Schatz, "Anti-MPO-ANCA-positive microscopic polyangiitis following subacute bacterial endocarditis" Clinical Rheumatology, vol.
The rate of bacterial endocarditis in patients with HIV infection is similar to other groups of risk, like IV drug users.
Diffuse crescentic glomerulonephritis in bacterial endocarditis. Pediatr Nephrol 2001;16:423-8.
In the past, the most common etiology was infectious emboli from bacterial endocarditis, but direct extensions from meningitis or other local infections play an equally important role nowadays.
Oral infections may lead to more severe systemic and life-threatening infections such as pneumonia, cerebral abscess, bacterial endocarditis, osteomyelitis and septicemia.
[USPRwire, Mon Sep 29 2014] Bacterial Endocarditis Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014
Also, the patient responded to the immunosupression rather than deteriorating which would have been the case if the patient had underlying subacute bacterial endocarditis and sepsis.
The old term bacterial endocarditis is inappropriate today because other various infective agents than bacteria can also determine IE [23].
There are certain evidences linking biofilm to diseases such as otitis (common ear infection), bacterial endocarditis, cystic fibrosis and some other chronic infections.
Stanton, "A controlled evaluation of the risk of bacterial endocarditis in persons with mitral-valve prolapse," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
Bacterial endocarditis was considered because of resistant fever, hepatosplenomegaly and Coombs positivity Different antibiotics and antimalarial drugs were given (ceftriaxone for 10 days, ceftriaxone and amikacin for 24 days, meropenem, lipozomal amphotericin B and teikoplanin for 10 days, armethene lumefantrine, mefloquine and quinine for 13 days).
* Bacterial endocarditis results from the seeding of bacterial emboli primarily from the mitral or tricuspid valves.
(8) Non-staphylococcal bacterial endocarditis is a less prevalent but treatable disease, thus clinical awareness is imperative.
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