Two cases are presented of Haemophilus endocarditis in patients with presumed normal valves. One case was due to H. influenzae presenting as a typical case of infective endocarditis and the other was due to H. para-influenzae presenting as an acute pyrexia of unknown origin. The difficulties in making the diagnosis and the optimal treatment are discussed.
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