treponematosis

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treponematosis

 [trep″o-ne″mah-to´sis]
infection with organisms of the genus Treponema.

trep·o·ne·mi·a·sis

(trep'ō-nē-mī'ă-sis),
Infection caused by Treponema.
Synonym(s): treponematosis

treponematosis

(trĕp′ə-nē′mə-tō′sĭs)
n. pl. treponemato·ses (-sēz)
An infection or disease caused by a treponema.

trep·o·ne·mi·a·sis

(trep'ō-nē-mī'ă-sis)
Infection caused by Treponema.
Synonym(s): treponematosis.

treponematosis

Infection caused by Treponema species of SPIROCHAETES.
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Both Webb (1995) and Hackett (1978) believe that yaws and treponarid, the lower grade but still potentially debilitating infections of treponematosis (Buckley and Tayles 2003), were the only treponematoses present in Australia prior to European contact.
Treponematoses (yaws and treponarid) in exhumed Australian Aboriginal bones.
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Rothschild 2000 Occurrence and transitions among the treponematoses in North America.
As there has been resistance to use of validated standardized criteria for recognition of periosteal reaction, there should be no surprise that great efforts have been exerted to denigrate diagnostic criteria for recognition of groups of diseases known as treponematoses. Does the level of discomfort that scientific methods seem to elicit simply relate to failure to understand its precepts?
Informal consultation on endemic treponematoses, 6-7 July 1995.
Endemic nonvenereal treponematoses (bejel) in Saudi Arabia.
Other diseases caused by nonvenereal treponematoses are yaws (T.
Handbook of endemic treponematoses. Geneva: World Health Organization; 1984.