Endocarditis is an infection of the heart's valves or its inner lining (endocardium). It is most common in people who have a damaged, diseased, or artificial heart valve.
Name: Tom Link, CRA, FOPS Description: Fundus photo - Roth Spots in Leukemia
ROTH SPOTS IN INFECTIVE ENDOCARDITIS The presence of white-centered hemorrhages (Roth spots) should prompt the consideration of possible infective endocarditis. NEJM 2014; 370: e38 - June 19, 2014.
Cause of infective Endocarditis
splinter hemorrhages in infective endocarditis - Google Search
Janeway lesions, sign of infective endocarditis (microabscesses caused by septic emboli)------Osler nodes are similar and also a sign of infective endocarditis, but are tender (caused by immune complex deposition)
roth's spot - Jenway n osolar node