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November 2019 - Volume 32 - Issue 11
pp: 8-1


Infectious Diseases


Genetics













Creator: Pooja S. Jagadish, MD; Tamunoinemi Bob-Manuel, MD; Taylor Simmons; Hemnishil K. Marella, MD; Jayna Kelly, MD; Uzoma N. Ibebuogu, MD, FACC
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The patient’s aortic and pulmonary vegetations may have been caused by bacteremia secondary to removal of a rectal polyp.
Creator: Pooja S. Jagadish, MD; Tamunoinemi Bob-Manuel, MD; Taylor Simmons; Hemnishil K. Marella, MD; Jayna Kelly, MD; Uzoma N. Ibebuogu, MD, FACC
Duration: 0:02
A vegetation on the right coronary cusp of the aortic valve is the likely cause of the patient’s mild to moderate eccentric aortic regurgitation.