Vincent spirillum

Vin·cent spi·ril·lum

(van[h]-sawn[h]'),
the spirillum or spirochete found in association with Vincent bacillus. Fusobacterium nucleatum is frequently the only bacillus isolated.

Vincent spirillum

A spirochete found in association with Vincent’s bacillus, which was labelled Borrelia vincentii—B vincenti has not been lodged at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) or catalogued in the List of Prokaryotic names with Standing in Nomenclature (LPSN).

Vin·cent spi·ril·lum

(van[h]-sawn[h]' spī-ril'ŭm)
The spirillum or spirochete found in association with Vincent bacillus. Fusobacterium nucleatum is frequently the only bacillus isolated.

Vincent,

Henri, French physician, 1862-1950.
Vincent angina - an ulcerative infection of the oral soft tissues, including the tonsils and pharynx, caused by fusiform and spirochetal organisms.
Vincent bacillus
Vincent disease - Synonym(s): necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
Vincent spirillum - the spirillum or spirochete found in association with Vincent bacillus.
Vincent tonsillitis - angina limited chiefly to the tonsils, caused by Vincent organisms (bacillus and spirillum).
Vincent white mycetoma - mycetoma caused by Actinomadura madurae and occurring in North Africa, India, Argentina, and Cuba.

Vin·cent spi·ril·lum

(van[h]-sawn[h]' spī-ril'ŭm)
Spirochete found in association with Vincent bacillus.