Could a Heart Infection Be Responsible for Body Lesions?

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Cardiologist Dr. Joel Kahn joins to help identify a bump on someone’s hand as a Janeway lesion, which is actually caused by a heart infection. To avoid getting this infection, he strongly recommends having great oral health and dental care. A diagnosis is followed by 6 weeks of antibiotics, and in some cases, surgery is needed.

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