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Syphilis infection

Electron micrograph of Treponema pallidum on cultures of cotton-tail rabbit epithelium cells

CDC/Dr David Cox; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

A primary vulvar syphilitic chancre due to Treponema pallidum bacteria

CDC: PHIL image ID 5340; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

A penile chancre located on the proximal penile shaft: primary syphilitic infection

CDC/ Dr Gavin Hart; Dr NJ Fiumara; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Gummatous lesions on the dorsal surface of the left hand

CDC/Susan Lindsley; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Secondary syphilitic papulosquamous rash on the torso and upper body

CDC/Susan Lindsley; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Secondary syphilitic lesions on the face

CDC: PHIL image ID 3500; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Secondary syphilis presenting pigmented macules and papules on the skin

CDC/Susan Lindsley; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Secondary syphilitic lesions of vagina

CDC/J. Pledger; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

This was a case of congenital syphilis resulting in the death of this newborn infant

CDC: PHIL image ID 3510; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

This newborn presented with symptoms of congenital syphilis that included lesions on the soles of both feet

CDC: PHIL image ID 4148; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Interstitial keratitis

CDC/Susan Lindsley

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Syphilis infection

Clutton's joints

CDC/Richard Deitrick; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Peg-shaped, notched central incisors (Hutchinson's teeth)

CDC/Robert E. Sumpter; used with permission

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Syphilis infection

Osteoperiostitis of the tibia ('saber shins')

CDC/Robert E. Sumpter; used with permission

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