thromboendocarditis

non·bac·te·ri·al throm·bot·ic en·do·car·di·tis

verrucous endocardial lesions occurring in the terminal stages of many chronic infectious and wasting diseases.

thromboendocarditis

(thrŏm″bō-ĕn″dō-kăr-dī′tĭs) [″ + endon, within, + kardia, heart, + itis, inflammation]
Formation of a clot on an inflamed surface of a heart valve.
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AC patients registered a variety of complications: recurrence of the disease was registered in 21.6% of the cases, thromboendocarditis was discovered in 8.1% of the cases, the emerging aneurysm was found in 24.3% of the cases, disorders of the heart rhythm and conductivity-in 40.5% of the cases, early post-infarction angina registered in 27% of the cases.
Examination of the heart, which weighed 300 g, revealed mild concentric hypertrophy, old anteroseptal subendocardial myocardial infarction, and nonbacterial thromboendocarditis of the aortic valve.