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Rheumatic mitral insufficiency

Rheumatic mitral insufficiency is caused by rheumatic fever invading the mitral valve. The most common lesions are valve fibrosis, thickening, junction fusion, narrow valve orifice and simple mitral stenosis. About 1 / 3 cases of mitral stenosis with insufficiency. Simple mitral insufficiency is rare, accounting for only about 5% of rheumatic mitral valve disease.

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