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Infectious endocarditis renal damage

Infective endocarditis (ie) is the inflammation of heart valve or ventricular wall intima caused by the direct infection of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms such as virus, Rickettsia, chlamydia, spirochete, etc.), including acute and subacute endocardial inflammation.


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