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.

syphilitic

pertaining to, resembling, or infected with syphilis. Also luetic [lo̅o̅·et'ik] .

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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At the end of his life, he was mentally disturbed, psychotic and demented, with the diagnosis of multiple areas of syphilitic changes.
The symptoms of acute syphilitic leptomeningitis are observed usually within the first year, especially in the first 3-6 months.
sup][10] reported the first syphilitic patient with a PET scan after antibiotic treatment in 1993, and Heald et al .
We did not perform a biopsy for the patient because of presumed high pretest probability of cerebral syphilitic gumma, the invasiveness of this complication, and the young age of the patient.
Correlation of positive T pallidum immunohistochemistry findings with the patient's clinical and laboratory findings should resolve the issue, given that the clinical presentations of syphilitic infection and Lyme disease are relatively different.
Corticosteroid-induced modulation of acute syphilitic posterior placoid chorioretinitis.
The clinical signs of syphilis include syphilitic alopecia (a patchy moth-eaten hair loss or diffuse alopecia) and syphilitic paronychia, an involvement of the nails.
Martin's 2012), which makes a similar case for Shakespeare being a syphilitic, interpreting his work through the lens of this information.
While the tender ulcer of chancroid has a ragged and undermined border with a dirty gray base, the classic, non-tender, syphilitic chancre has a clean base with an indurated border reminiscent of the firm quality of cartilage.
Or as Damian Lewis puts it: "I think we all have this understanding that he was this womanising, syphilitic, bloated, genocidal Elvis character.
In the chapter about Beethoven, auditory hallucinations, and syphilis, he tells the story of his uncle Henry, who contracted the syphilitic bacterium from a French prostitute during WWI.