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  • Syphilis Statistics
    According to the statistics on syphilis, there has been a dramatic increase of cases in recent years. This eMedTV article offers more statistics on this disease, including topics such as trends, age groups, and gender.
  • Syphilis Symptoms
    As this eMedTV article explains, symptoms of syphilis often progress from chancres to a full-body infection. This resource offers an in-depth look at signs and symptoms that occur with the primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary stages of syphilis.
  • Syphilis Transmission
    Syphilis transmission occurs through direct contact with associated sores during oral, vaginal, or anal sex. This eMedTV segment further explains syphilis transmission, including information on syphilis and pregnancy.
  • Syphilis Treatment
    Antibiotics are the most effective syphilis treatment; they can be injected, given by IV, or swallowed. This eMedTV page describes these options in detail and recommends what to do during and after treatment, stressing the importance of follow-up visits.
  • Syphillis
    Syphilis is a bacterial infection that is transmitted through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. This eMedTV Web page describes symptoms of syphilis and explains how the sexually transmitted disease is treated. Syphillis is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphills
    Syphilis is an infectious disease that is spread through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. This eMedTV resource explains how else syphilis is transmitted and explores treatment options for this condition. Syphills is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphillus
    The sexually transmitted disease syphilis is caused by a certain bacterium. This eMedTV article lists symptoms of the condition, explains how syphilis is transmitted, and describes treatment options. Syphillus is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphilus
    Most people with syphilis have no visible sores or rashes. This eMedTV resource describes the sexually transmitted disease in more detail and explains how it is transmitted and treated. Syphilus is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphlis
    Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that can be fatal if left untreated. This page from the eMedTV library explains how this infection is transmitted and describes how it can be treated. Syphlis is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphliss
    Most people with syphilis have no visible sores and do not even know that they are infected. This eMedTV resource explains how this sexually transmitted disease is spread and what treatment is available. Syphliss is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphllis
    Syphilis is a sexually transmitted disease that often produces no visible symptoms. This eMedTV article offers a more in-depth look at syphilis and its causes, symptoms, transmission, and treatment. Syphllis is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphylis
    Syphilis has many possible symptoms that are similar to those of many other diseases. This eMedTV segment explains how to prevent this sexually transmitted disease and describes how it is transmitted. Syphylis is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Syphyllis
    Syphilis can cause sores on the external genitals, but many infected individuals do not have any symptoms. This eMedTV page further explores symptoms of this disease and explains how syphilis is treated. Syphyllis is a common misspelling of syphilis.
  • Tabes Dorsalis
    Tabes dorsalis is complication of untreated syphilis in which the myelin surrounding nerves degenerates. This eMedTV Web page explains this condition in more detail, including who it affects, its symptoms, treatment options, and more.
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