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Valvular Heart Disease

Valvular Heart Disease - Symptoms

​The symptoms of rheumatic fever include fever, joint pains, and either lumps under the skin or raised red patches on the skin.

Patients who have developed the disease may report fever, fatigue, night sweats, chills, and joint inflammation.

In patients where the disease has developed more slowly, symptoms may include signs of rapid heart rate, an enlarged spleen, various skin rashes or spots, and heart murmur.

Valvular Heart Disease - How to prevent?

Valvular Heart Disease - Preparing for surgery

Valvular Heart Disease - Post-surgery care

Valvular Heart Disease - Other Information

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