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Rheumatic mitral stenosis

Rheumatic fever is the most common cause of mitral stenosis. It is a heart disease mainly caused by valvular disease after acute rheumatic fever caused by carditis. It is a chronic rheumatic heart disease, in which the mitral valve is involved in 95% ~ 98%, the simple mitral valve disease accounts for 70% ~ 80%, and the mitral valve combined with aortic valve disease accounts for 20% ~ 30%; Most of them were associated with mitral or aortic valve diseases. In recent years, the incidence rate of rheumatic heart disease has decreased significantly due to the prevention and treatment of rheumatic fever.

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