Juvenile General Paralysis of Insane: a Case Report


Juvenile parenchymatous syphilis, or juvenile general paralysis of insane, first described by Clouston (1877) is among one of the rarer manifestations of congenital syphilis, incidence being about \—1 percent (Stewart, 1933). The infection is transmitted to the fetus via the placenta and the incubation period is about 5-20 years. The intrauterine… (More)


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