Author(s): Mullooly C, Higgins SP
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Abstract After years of declining incidence in many developed countries, syphilis infection has re-emerged as a major public health problem in the past decade. The secondary stage of syphilis epitomizes the capacity of the infection to present in myriad ways. The skin, lymph glands and mucosal membranes are the most commonly affected tissues.
This article was published in Int J STD AIDS
and referenced in Anatomy & Physiology: Current Research