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  • Septicemia or blood poisoning and infection may also be present, as well as the possible need for amputation (the surgical removal of appendages such as fingers, toes, foot, or leg).
  • In addition, these anomalies make the lining of the heart more susceptible to infection (endocarditis), which can damage valves and lead to blood poisoning (septicemia).
  • Children with untreated lymphadenitis may develop abscesses, cellulitis, or blood poisoning (septicemia), which is sometimes fatal.
  • It can cause death of intestinal tissue (necrosis) and may progress to blood poisoning (septicemia).
  • It can cause the death (necrosis) of intestinal tissue and progress to blood poisoning (septicemia).