Non‐bacterial thrombotic endocarditis (marantic endocarditis): Mitral valve vegetations are sterile and non‐inflamed. Vegetations are smaller and doesn't destroy underlying structures. Forms as consequence of multiple conditions but often associated with hypercoagulable state or mucin secreting cancers or collagen vascular disease (e.g. lupus – called Limban‐Sacks endocarditis)
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- (no access) - 04 CUNNINGHAM MMMD 2015-16 Pathology of Valve Disease (white).pdf, p38
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