The global re-emergence of syphilis is an exigent public health issue requiring both clinicians and public health practitioners to become familiar with the myriad manifestations of this great imitator. This report describes a case of an originally undiagnosed chronic oral syphilitic chancre, subsequently confirmed by both PCR and immunohistochemistry.
BACKGROUND Home visiting programs focused on improving early childhood environments are commonplace in North America. A goal of many of these programs is to improve the overall health of children, including promotion of age appropriate vaccination. In this study, population-based data are used to examine the effect of a home visiting program on vaccination… (More)