Syphilis consequences and implications in delayed diagnosis: five cases of secondary syphilis presenting with ocular symptoms.
Item Type:Journal Article
Citation:Muldoon EG, Hogan A, Kilmartin D, McNally C, Bergin C, Syphilis consequences and implications in delayed diagnosis: five cases of secondary syphilis presenting with ocular symptoms., Sexually Transmitted Infections, 86, 7, 2010, 512-3
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Ocular manifestations of syphilis are uncommon. Five cases of ocular syphilis are presented, in four of which there was a delay in diagnosis. Four of the patients were men who have sex with men (MSM), and four patients were HIV negative.
Author: BERGIN, COLM
Publisher:BMJ Publishing Group
Type of material:Journal Article
Series/Report no:Sexually Transmitted Infections;86, 7
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