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INTRODUCTION Veillonella is anaerobic gram negative cocci, normally present in the upper airways, astrointestinal tract and vagina in humans and usually disregarded as a contaminant when isolated from clinical specimens'.
When the organisms are grouped, they end up in these categories: aerobes: Gram negative cocci (GNC), four subcategories of Gram negative rods ((NR); anaerobes: GNC, GNR, GPC, GPR, and GPR, spore-forming; and mycobacteria The term "rods", which while common, is still not correct and this reviewer hopes that in the later versions (Bacteriology II, etc.