A 53-year-old diabetic woman had ketoacidosis, urinary tract infection, and bilateral endophthalmitis. She subsequently developed a ruptured chorda tendineae of the mitral valve, and a diagnosis of acute bacterial endocarditis was made. No organisms were cultured during life or at autopsy. At autopsy, bilateral nongranulomatous panophthalmitis was found… (More)
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