Can A Sinus Infection Cause Endocarditis?

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Endocarditis is an inflammation or infection of the endocardium, which is the inner lining of the heart muscle and, most commonly, the heart valves. It is usually caused by bacterial infection, but can be caused by fungus.

The heart is made up of three cellular layers: the epicardium (outermost layer), the myocardium (middle, muscular layer), and the endocardium (innermost layer).

The endocardium lines all of the chambers and valves of the heart, and its cells are continuous with those of blood...

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