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Figure 5: Aortic valve: Fibrosis and perivascular inflammatory infiltrate (black arrow). A high level, plasmocytes, and neovessels (white arrow). Vascular damage with hemosiderin pigment and lymphoplasmacytic infiltrated with Russell and Dutcher bodies, as well as the destruction of the connective tissue and focus of karyorrhexis and nodular calcifications

Figure 5: Aortic valve: Fibrosis and perivascular inflammatory infiltrate (black arrow). A high level, plasmocytes, and neovessels (white arrow). Vascular damage with hemosiderin pigment and lymphoplasmacytic infiltrated with Russell and Dutcher bodies, as well as the destruction of the connective tissue and focus of karyorrhexis and nodular calcifications