From Big Medical Encyclopedia

LIEBMAN-SAKS ENDOCARDITIS (E. Libman, amer. doctor, 1872 — 1946; Century of Sacks, amer. doctor, sort. in 1896) — the inflammation of a pristenochny or valve endocardium connected with a system lupus erythematosus, which is characterized by warty deposits on an endocardium and shown noise over the struck valve; in the outcome formation of heart disease is possible, is more often than mitral insufficiency — see. Lupus erythematosus, system .