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Syphilitic recdivexanthem with symmetrical, reddish to brownish red, compact, coarse, calotte-shaped papules. Seroreactions are always positive. Possible painfulness at button pressure . In the intertriginous area development of condylomata lata. The symmetry of this non-itchy, papular exanthema is characteristic. Symmetry may be increasingly lost in later recdivexanthema.
- Small papular or miliary or lichenoid syphilide: early symmetrical recurrent exanthema with 0.3-0.5 cm large red-brown surface smooth or scaly (also psoriasiform scaling) papules
- Papular or lenticular syphilide: most common syphilide. Truncated; palms and soles often affected. Serology always positive. Not painful lymph node swelling.
- Ulcerous syphilis: rather late secondary stage of syphilis. Flocks are formed by the disintegration of syphilitic papules.
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Incoming links (8)Hand dermatitis chronic; Syphilide, lenticular; Syphilide, maculopapular; Syphilide, miliares; Syphilide, pustular; Syphilis, lichenoides; Syphilitic clavi; Syringome disseminated;
Outgoing links (8)Adverse drug reactions of the skin; Condylomata lata; Early syphilis; Lichen planus classic type; Papel; Pityriasis lichenoides (overview); Rosacea lupoid; Tuberkulides;
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