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Secondary Syphilis Rash

Secondary syphilis rash and inflammation of hands. Syphilis is caused by the Treponema pallidum bacterium. It is transmitted through sexual intercourse with an infected person. About 3-4 weeks after infection, a sore appears at the infection site, healing within 2 months. About 6-12 weeks after infection, secondary syphilis occurs. The main symptom is a skin rash, with headache, fatigue and fever. Tertiary syphilis follows within 10 years of infection, with the formation of tumor-like gummas, causing neurological disorders. Treatment is with antibiotic drugs.

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Science Source / Clinical Photography, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK

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3358 x 2109 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
11 x 7 inches / 28 x 18 cm

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