Syphilis Such As the Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases Are a Cultural Background of Dermatologist
Keywords:Syphilis, Sexually transmitted diseases, diagnosis, physician, dermatologist
AbstractSyphilis such as the other Sexually transmitted diseases are a cultural background of physician. The authors have presented this case of nodular secondary syphilis for three main reasons. The first one is that, in the last years, syphilis has re-emerged as the problem of public health. The second one is to underline how secondary syphilis, also known as the great imitator, may present itself with numerous manifestations, mimicking different dermatological diseases. Finally, because we want to remember how syphilis and the other sexual transmitted diseases must to be in the cultural background of a dermatologist, and have to be considered in the dermatological differential diagnosis.
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