Right-Sided Endocarditis

Williams, David S.
January 2012
Journal of Insurance Medicine;2012, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p41
Academic Journal
Right-sided endocarditis is uncommon and usually involves the tricuspid valve. It occurs primarily in intravenous drug uses, and patients having pacemakers, central lines, or congenital heart disease.


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