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1. An active intravenous drug abuser presents to the emergency department with fever of 5 days' duration, a cough occasionally productive of blood, and pleuritic chest pain. Petechiae are present in his mouth and conjunctivae, and splinter hemorrhages are visible under the fingernails. Which of the following test results would most likely confirm the identity of the causative agent?
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