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The diagnosis is liver, spleen and renal infarction caused by bacterial endocarditis. The patient had infarctions involving multiple organs including the brain, liver, spleen and kidney, suggesting the presence of cardiogenic embolism. Echocardiography confirmed the presence of mitral valve vegetation and …