Rothia dentocariosa septicemia without endocarditis in a neonatal infant with meconium aspiration syndrome.
- Published Article
Journal of clinical microbiology
- Publication Date
Oct 01, 2004
Rothia dentocariosa, a gram-positive coccoid- to rod-shaped bacterium with irregular morphology, is a rare cause of bacteremia in patients without endocarditis. We report the first case of R. dentocariosa septicemia without endocarditis, which occurred in a neonatal infant with meconium aspiration syndrome.
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