syphilitic


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syphilitic

 [sif″ĭ-lit´ik]
affected with, caused by, or pertaining to syphilis.

syph·i·lit·ic

(sif'i-lit'ik),
Relating to, caused by, or suffering from syphilis.
Synonym(s): luetic

syphilitic

(sĭf′ə-lĭt′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or affected with syphilis.
n.
A person affected with syphilis.

syph·i·lit·ic

(sif'i-lit'ik)
Relating to, caused by, or suffering from syphilis.
Synonym(s): luetic.

syph·i·lit·ic

(sif'i-lit'ik)
Relating to, caused by, or suffering from syphilis.
Synonym(s): luetic.
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Finally, only two cases met the definition for a confirmed case or syphilitic stillbirth.
These differences in ocular syphilitic forms could be related to several treponemal strains originating from distinct regions and diverse isolation dates (32).
Our patient's history and physical, laboratory and pathologic findings highlight syphilitic hepatitis as the most likely cause of his liver cholestasis.
In this report, we demonstrate that intravitreal dexamethasone implant may be a viable adjunctive treatment for refractory CME in patients with treated syphilitic uveitis.
A Case of Acute Bilateral Syphilitic Uveitis Turk J Opthalmol 2015;3:122-4.
MacDowell's wife Marian kept this diagnosis from the press, guarding her husband's reputation, so this may be the reason that syphilitic theory of MacDowell's death is not so widespread.
Syphilitic rhinitis, which is the earliest finding that can be seen in the first week of life, is often serious, it can be bloody and purulent, and is very infectious.
Vanikieti, "Syphilitic optic neuropathy: re-emerging cases over a 2-year period," Neuro-Ophthalmology, vol.
Armstrong, "Anomalous case of ectopic pregnancy in a syphilitic patient; discharge of fetal bones by the rectum," London Medical Gazette, vol.
Syphilitic uveitis is an infectious type of uveitis that should be included in the differential diagnosis of any form of ocular inflammation.
This overall aspect shared resemblance with reported cases of syphilitic lesions of the tongue [11,18-20], as well as a sign previously described as plaques en prairie fauchee [21].
It has been shown that patients with syphilis are at higher risk of acquiring other STDs, especially HIV infection, since the syphilitic lesions are suitable sites for the virus to enter the human body.