Suttonella indologenes

Sut·ton·el·la in·dol·o·ge·nes

(sŭt'ŏn-el'ă in'dō-loj'ĕ-nēz)
A species that causes eye infections or endocarditis (when heart valves are present) in humans.
Synonym(s): Kingella indologenes.
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A case of fatal endocarditis due to Suttonella Indologenes.
We are presenting Suttonella indologenes (ancient name: Kingella indologenes) endocarditis complicated with splenic infarction and lethal intracranial hemorrhage in a patient with aortic valve replacement.
Suttonella indologenes, a gramnegative coccobacillus that was sensitive to ampicillin, cephalosporines, ciprofloxacin and resistant to imipenem and meropenem was isolated from all of the blood culture specimens.
Investigation of seawater revealed the presence of Suttonella indologenes (4).
In the literature, the unique case of Suttonella indologenes endocarditis has been reported by Jenny et al.