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Primary Syphilis in Males: Clinical and Serological Observations
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Hira SK, Mubanga MR. Primary Syphilis in Males: Clinical and Serological Observations. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1984;50:147-148
AbstractClinical and laboratory observations in 107 patients with primary syphilis are presented. In the absence of laboratory facilities at small health centers, clinical criteria of a single, non-tender, indurate ulcer on the male genitalia, Uailateral or bilateral non tender I inguinal lymphadenopathy helps to establish the diagnosis of primary syphilis in 90% patients.