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Rheumatic (roo-MAT’ik) heart disease is a condition in which the heart valves are damaged (Psora- Syphilis) by rheumatic fever, an inflammatory condition (Psora- Sycosis) affecting several body tissues including the heart, brain and joints.
It can affect anyone of any age but is more commonly seen in children.
Rheumatic fever develops as a consequence of a strep throat infection (Psora), also called strep pharyngitis (caused by b Streptococcus haemolyticus Lancefield group- A, Gram positive bacterium) that has progressed and been left untreated. It is the most common bacterial infection of the throat.
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