Tertiary syphilis in the mouth

Tertiary syphilis in the mouth

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Caption: Tertiary syphilis on the tongue of the mouth in an adult male patient. Syphilis is caused by the Treponema pallidum bacterium transmitted through sexual intercourse with an infected person. Tertiary syphilis occurs within 10 years of infection, with the formation of tumour-like gummas, as seen here, which also cause neurological disorders.

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Keywords: adult male patient, bacteria, bacterial infection, bacterium, condition, diagnosis, disease, disorder, gumma, healthcare, man, medical, mouth, sexual intercourse, sexually transmitted infection, skin rash, spirochete, std, syphilis, tertiary, tongue, treponema pallidum, tumour, vd, venereal

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