Chancre of the Tongue: Two Case Reports.

An Indian' N.C.O. was transferred to the venereal disease clinic at 93 I.G.H.(C) S.E:A.C., on Aug. 8, 1946, with a sore which he had for one month on the dorsum of the tongue. The blood Kahn test was positive. He denied any exposure or perverted sexual acts. In Match, 1946, this man had had seronegative primary syphilis; the penile lesions were located at… CONTINUE READING