Rothia dentocariosa

Roth·i·a den·to·car·i·o·sa

rare cause of infective endocarditis in humans.

Rothia dentocariosa

A gram-negative coccobacillus which is part of the normal oral and upper respiratory tract flora. Originally linked to dental caries and periodontal disease, R denticariosa is generally innocuous—although there have been occasional reports of endocarditis or foetal fatality.
References in periodicals archive ?
Aunque la caries dental es de etiologia polimicrobiana, determinados microorganismos como: estreptococos del grupo mutans, lactobacillus y actinomyces, asi como la rothia dentocariosa cobran un especial protagonismo (32).
Gardnerella vaginalis Clinical isolates Rothia dentocariosa Clinical isolates Common uropathogens Alcaligenes faecalis Clinical isolates Candida albicans Clinical isolates Citrobacter koseri Clinical isolates Escherichia coli Clinical isolates Hemolytic streptococcus group A Clinical isolates Hemolytic streptococcus group B Clinical isolates Klebsiella oxytoca Clinical isolates K.