Non-venereal endemic syphilis
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Bejel, caused by Treponema pallidum subsp. endemicum (TEN), was until now considered as a non-venereal disease endemic… Expand SUMMARY The agents of human treponematoses include four closely related members of the genus Treponema: three subspecies of… Expand Background T. pallidum subsp. endemicum (TEN) is the causative agent of bejel (also known as endemic syphilis). Clinical symptoms… Expand Evidence-based research now allows clear separation of syphilis from other diseases in its class of treponematoses. Examination… Expand Assigning responsibility for the origins of treponemal disease has been complicated because of the (diagnostic) impreciseness of… Expand The nonvenereal treponematoses--yaws, endemic syphilis, and pinta--constitute a major health concern for many third world… Expand A total of 2515 people attending a large military hospital in Saudi Arabia was studied clinically, serologically, and (when… Expand —The case of a negroid man from Trucial Oman on the Arabian Gulf with vitiligoid bejel and several juxta-art icular nodules is… Expand