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Stages of Syphilis

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occurs about 2 months later, after the spirochetes have increased in number and have spread throughout the body. This stage is characterized by an appearance of a rash (that does not itch) and white, flat sores in the oral cavity.

may not develop for 3 to 15 or more years. It is characterized by the appearance of soft, rubbery tumors called gummas. The gummas ulcerate and heal by scarring. The ulcerations of the gummas may result in punched-out areas of the palate. They are not usually painful.

marked by an appearance of small, painless, red pustule on the skin or mucous membrane between 10 and 90 days after exposure. Lesions quickly erode, forming a painless, bloodless ulcer called a chancre . The chancre is filled with spirochetes.


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