Syphilis rash, stereoscopic image

Syphilis rash, stereoscopic image

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Caption: Rash on a patient's hand caused by secondary syphilis. This is a stereoscopic print from 1910. In the early 20th century stereoscopic images were used to aid the diagnosis and treatment of dermatological conditions. Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the Treponema pallidum bacterium. About 6 to 12 weeks after infection, secondary syphilis occurs which includes a skin rash, headache, fatigue and fever.

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