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Figure 29.1
Diagnoses of infectious syphilis made at GUM clinics in England, Scotland and Wales peaked towards the end of World War II, and then fell sharply in t...
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Figure 29.5
Primary and secondary syphilis by sex and sexual behaviour in selected areas of the USA, 2007–2011. MSM, men who have sex with men; MSW, men who have ...
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Figure 29.9
Treponema pallidum showing typical morphology.
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Figure 29.13
(a) Bilateral early chancres of the labia majora. (b) Chancre of the fourchette with surrounding oedema. This patient also had accompanying gonorrhoea...
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Figure 29.17
Syphilitic leukoderma showing depigmentation at sites of healed secondary lesions on the neck and upper back.
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Figure 29.21
Oral lesions of secondary syphilis. (a) Split papules at the angle of the mouth. (b) Mucous patches on the buccal mucosa.
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Figure 29.25
Mucosal lesions of tertiary syphilis. (a) Early gumma of the hard palate. (b) Perforated gumma of the hard palate.
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Figure 29.29
Neurosyphilis causing Argyll–Robertson pupils of the eyes. The abdomen shows multiple scars after surgical intervention for tabetic crises mimicking a...
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Figure 29.33
(a) Early congenital syphilis showing serous nasal discharge from nasopharyngitis – ‘syphilitic snuffles’. (b) Congenital syphilitic facies with saddl...
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Figure 29.37
Widespread syphilitic osteitis, periostitis and destructive metaphysitits of the long bones.
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Figure 29.41
Clutton's joints in late congenital syphilis.
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Figure 29.2
Diagnoses of infectious syphilis by gender in England, 2003–2012. (Data from GUMCAD Public Health England, . © Crown co...
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Figure 29.6
Secondary syphilis showing psoriasiform hyperplasia of the epidermis with spongiosis and interface change with abundant plasma cells.
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Figure 29.10
Immunofluorescent image of Treponemal pallidum .
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Figure 29.14
(a) Primary chancre of the upper lip showing a typical button‐like induration. (b) Primary chancre of the left tonsil.
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Figure 29.18
Secondary syphilis showing papular syphilides on (a) the forearms and (b) the trunk.
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Figure 29.22
(a) Papular lesions of the face extending into the hairline. (b) Moth‐eaten alopecia in secondary syphilis associated with papular lesions of the scal...
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Figure 29.26
Visceral lesions of tertiary syphilis. (a) Gumma of the liver causing portal vein obstruction. (b) Portal hypertension with caput medusa caused by hep...
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Figure 29.30
Tabes dorsalis. (a) Charcot's (neuropathic) joints of the knee. (b) X‐ray of Charcot's joints of the knee showing a loss of normal alignment with mult...
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Figure 29.34
Early congenital syphilis with widespread papular and vesicular lesions covering the body.
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Figure 29.38
Dactylitis of the little finger in late congenital syphilis.
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Figure 29.42
Early congenital syphilis showing osteitis of the skull bones (arrow) causing a worm‐eaten appearance.
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Figure 29.3
Diagnoses of infectious syphilis by age and gender in England, 2012. (Data from GUMCAD Public Health England, . © Crown...
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Figure 29.7
Secondary syphilis. Immunohistochemistry shows numerous spirochaetes within the epidermis.
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Figure 29.11
Penile chancres. (a) Primary syphilis showing chancres on the glans and shaft of the penis. (b) Taking specimens for dark ground microscopy from a pen...
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Figure 29.15
Syphilitic paronychia caused by a primary chancre of the middle finger.
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Figure 29.19
Secondary syphilis showing psoriasiform lesions of the palms.
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Figure 29.23
Syphilitic iritis causing circumcorneal injection of the blood vessels.
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Figure 29.27
Chronic interstitial glossitis with bilateral squamous carcinoma.
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Figure 29.31
Typical serological responses at different stages and in response to treatment of syphilis. FTA, fluorescent treponemal antibody; Ig, immunoglobulin; ...
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Figure 29.35
Early congenital syphilis with ruptured bullous pemiphigioid lesions on the soles of the feet.
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Figure 29.39
Late congenital syphilis with gummata on the forehead and scalp.
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Figure 29.43
Malformations of the secondary dentition in late congenital syphilis. (a) Hutchinson's teeth. (b) Close‐up of Hutchinson's incisors.
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Figure 29.4
Reported cases of syphilis by stage of infection in the USA, 1941–2011. (Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA.)
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Figure 29.8
Treponema pallidum on dark ground microscopy.
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Figure 29.12
Anal lesion in syphilis.
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Figure 29.16
Secondary syphilis. (a) Extensive truncal maculopapular rash. (b) Macular rash with lesions following the skin lines of cleavage. (c) Papulosquamous p...
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Figure 29.20
Condylomata lata of secondary syphilis: (a, b) perianal; (c) round the groin; (d) perivulval; (e) on the penile shaft with surrounding depigmentation ...
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Figure 29.24
Skin lesions in tertiary syphilis. (a) Nodular gummata of the arm. (b) Psoriasiform gummata on the neck. (c) Psoriasiform gummata of the leg before (r...
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Figure 29.28
Cardiovascular syphilis. (a) Chest X‐ray showing a dilated aorta with linear calcification in the wall of the ascending aorta. (b) Chest X‐ray showing...
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Figure 29.32
Reported cases of congenital syphilis (CS) among infants by year of birth and rates of primary and secondary syphilis (P&S) among women in the USA, 20...
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Figure 29.36
Wimberger's sign (arrow) – destruction of the proximal metaphyses of the tibiae.
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Figure 29.40
Early congenital syphilis with chorioretinitis and optic atrophy.
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Figure 29.44
Moon's molars showing a dome‐shaped malformation and loss of cusps (arrows).