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We present a case of eustachian valve endocarditis in an elderly male who presented after removal of a central venous access port. This case report also reviews the prevalence of right sided endocarditis, diagnosis, common microorganisms, predisposing risk factors and medical management. Eustachian valve endocarditis was first described in 1986 by Edwards and from 1986 to 2017, only 37 cases have been reported— 46% of which were caused by intravenous (IV) drug use and 24% by indwellingdoi:10.47363/jcrrr/2022(3)160 fatcat:j2a5n324zrfexpvcybnwkobbea