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|Fig 1. Roth spots that are retinal hemorrhages with white centers seen in bacterial endocarditis. These can also be seen in leukemia and diabetes.|
|Fig 2. Close-up of a Roth spot, which is actually a cotton-wool|
spot surrounded by hemorrhage. The cotton-wool comes from ischemic
bursting of axons and the hemorrhage comes from ischemic bursting
of an arteriole.
|Fig 3. Pathology specimen of a patient who died of bacterial|
endocarditis. Bacterial growth can be seen on the three cusps of this
|Fig 4. Janeway lesions on the palm of a woman hospitalized|
with acute bacterial endocarditis. These were not painful.
|Fig 5. Janeway lesions and petechial lesions on the sole of a|
17-year-old boy who was hospitalized with S aureus bacteremia and
|Fig 7. Splinter hemorrhages appearing as red linear streaks|
under the nail plate and within the nail bed. Although endocarditis can
cause this, splinter hemorrhages are more commonly seen in psoriasis
|Fig 8. Transesophageal echocardiogram in a teenage boy with|
endocarditis of a prosthetic right ventricle to pulmonary artery conduit.
Note the vegetation (white arrow) attached to the pulmonary valve leaflets (yellow arrow).
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