Nov 20, 2020
Infectious endocarditis can present with rheumatic features in
15% to 25% of cases. This series focuses on what a rheumatologist
should know about the clinical puzzle of endocarditis.
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- Intro :11
- In this episode :22
- About episode one 2:33
- How did people diagnose infectious endocarditis back in the
- What is a Gulstonian Lecture?
- So, who was Dr. Emanuel Libman?
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- How Gustav Mahler’s endocarditis diagnosis was made
- The evolution of diagnosing endocarditis
- The story of Alfred S. Reinhart and his self-diagnosis of
- Clinical signs and symptoms of endocarditis and how they hold
up today 28:00
- Recap and a preview of next episode
- Conclusion 35:15
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