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What Is The Survival Rate Of Endocarditis Caused By Aspergillus
Could bradycardia may caused by endocarditis? Or endocarditis causes always thaquicardy? My heart rate is 56-64 by resting. Im not athletic.Headaches
Unusual: It would be unusual for a serious bacterial infection to be accompanied by bradycardia. Rarely, in particularly severe cases of endocarditis, there can be invasion of the av node by a myocardial abscess with subsequent atrioventricular block and subsequent bradycardia. This is extremely unusual. ...Read more
Endocarditis: read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infective_endocarditisGet a more detailed answer ›
Doesn't: Cardiomyopathy, by itself, does not 'lead' to endocarditis. Endocarditis is an infection of the lining of the heart and usually heart valves. However, if you have cardiomyopathy, there may be abnormalities of the heart valves too, particularly leaking valves. This may slightly raise the risk of getting endocarditis in certain circumstances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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