Case Study A 43 year-old woman presents w/ fatigue, malaise, pharyngitis & fever of 100.7°F that started 8 days ago after an abscess drainage from her gums. Now she has noticed these painless lesions shown on her hands and feet. During examination you also notice subungual hemorrhages of her fingers.Chest radiograph shows pulmonary infiltrates. During cardiac auscultation, you hear a murmur suggestive of tricuspid regurgitation that the patient denies having previously been knowledgeable of. What is the most appropriate diagnosis? a. Endocarditis b. Idiopathic thrombocytopenia purpura c. Peripheral arterial vascular disease d. Systemic lupus erythematosus e. Toxoplasmosis source: https://cme4life.com/case-study/cme4life-top-10-facebook-case-studies/

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The. Answer is... A).... Endocarditis...... .......... INFECTIVE

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Endocarditis Janeway lesions are painless

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Infective endocarditis ...

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Infective endocarditis.

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A. Endocarditis

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Endocarditis!

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Endocarditis

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Endocarditis

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