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Myocardial infarction in patients with infectious endocarditis
Myocardial infarction (MI) developed in 9% of 230 patients with active infectious endocarditis. Development of MI was associated with worsened clinical course and poorer prognosis of infectiousExpand
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Infectious endocarditis in intravenous drug abusers
Clinical course of infectious endocarditis (IE) was analysed for 43 intravenous drug abusers. 42 of them had primary IE, one patient--secondary. Acute course and high activity of the disease wereExpand
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Myoglobinuria caused by food poisoning
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Kidney involvement in infectious endocarditis (hematuria)
: As many as 113 patients suffering from infectious endocarditis (IE) were placed under observation. Renal damage was discovered in 28 patients (24.7%). Hematuria was the common laboratory sign ofExpand
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Hemodialysis in the treatment of severe poisoning with acetic acid
The study of the effects of hemodialysis on the course and outcomes of severe acetic acid (AA) poisoning has shown that use of hemodialysis leads to a significant reduction of lethality (from 78.2 toExpand
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Myocardial infarction in systemic lupus erythematosus
Six patients under 50 with confirmed systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) developed myocardial infarction at different intervals from the disease onset (1-21 years). Five of them had chronic disease,Expand
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