Kingella kingae endophthalmitis in an infant.


An 11-month-old girl presented with metastatic endophthalmitis. The causative organism was the Gram-negative coccobacillus Kingella kingae. This is an uncommon organism first recognised in 1967. It has never been previously reported to cause endophthalmitis, but is associated with at least four other infective syndromes in children. Endophthalmitis is a… (More)


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