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  • T wave inversions in a young athlete. [Journal Article]
  • HHeart 2018 May 10
  • Nguyen VP, Prutkin JM
  • A 21-year-old black athlete presented for a preparticipation medical examination prior to playing collegiate basketball. He had no exercise limitations, syncope, dizziness or palpitations. He took no...
  • Atrial myxoma presenting as infective endocarditis. [Journal Article]
  • BCBMJ Case Rep 2018 Mar 09; 2018
  • Fitzgerald GP, Coughlan JJ, … Arnous S
  • A 23-year-old Asian student presented to our service with a 1-month history of fever, weight loss of 10 kg, night sweats, fatigue and general malaise. He was previously well with no significant medic...
  • Cardiac Auscultation Using Smartphones: Pilot Study. [Journal Article]
  • JMJMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018 Feb 28; 6(2):e49
  • Kang SH, Joe B, … Suh JW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cardiac auscultation using smartphones was feasible. Discrimination using convolutional neural networks yielded high diagnostic accuracy. However, using the built-in microphones alone, the acquisition of reproducible and interpretable heart sounds was still a major challenge.
  • Valvular Heart Disease. [Review]
  • PCPrim Care 2018; 45(1):81-94
  • Mrsic Z, Hopkins SP, … Mullenix PS
  • This article outlines the diagnosis and management of commonly occurring valvular heart diseases for the primary care provider. Basic understanding of pathologic murmurs is important for appropriate ...
  • Mild cough · wheezing · loud heart sounds · Dx? [Case Reports]
  • JFJ Fam Pract 2018; 67(2):95-98
  • Babakhani A, Clapp RN, Warner WB
  • A 25-year-old man, who was an active duty US Navy sailor, went to his ship's medical department complaining of a mild cough that he'd had for 2 days. He denied having any fevers, chills, night sweats...
  • Fever of unknown origin and splenomegaly: A case report of blood culture negative endocarditis. [Case Reports]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2017; 96(50):e9197
  • Burzo ML, Antonelli M, … Flex A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Bartonella species are frequently the cause of negative blood culture endocarditis. Molecular biology techniques are the only useful tool for diagnosis. Valvular replacement is often necessary and antibiotic regimen with Gentamicin and either Ceftriaxone or Doxycycline is suggested as treatment.Echocardiogram and blood cultures must be performed in all cases of FUO. When blood cultures are negative and echocardiographic tools are indicative, early use of Bartonella serology is recommended.
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