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Foudroyante form of syphilis acquisita II with weakened immune system.
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- A primary effect may be missing. Usually a small regional bubo is present.
- In the secondary stage: few, rapidly growing, centrally ulcerating papules. Bowl-shaped ulcers with soft edges covered by oyster shell-like bark ( Rupia syphilitica). Pseudomembranous ulcers of the oral mucosa, diphtheroidal ulcerations of the tonsils, mutilations of the uvula, soft palate and vulva are possible. Missing polyscleradenitis syphilitica. Impairment of the general condition with fever, loss of appetite, paleness, tiredness.
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Outgoing links (7)Early syphilis; Papel; Primary effect; Rupia syphilitica; Syphilisserology; Treponema pallidum; Ulcer of the skin (overview);
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