Immunology: Syphillis

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Immunology: Syphillis
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Immunology: Syphillis
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  1. What is the causative agent for Syphillis?
    Treponema pallidum
  2. What is the causative agent for Bejel?
    T. pallidum (variant)
  3. What is the causative agent for Yaws?
    T. pertenue
  4. What is the causative agent for Pinta?
    T. carateum
  5. What stage of syphillis has the following signs and syptoms: Development of a chancre
    Primary syphillis
  6. What stage of syphillis has the following signs and syptoms: Generalized illness followed by macular lesions in most patients.
    Secondary syphillis
  7. What stage of syphillis has the following signs and syptoms: Diagonosed only by serological methods.
    Latent syphillis
  8. What stage of syphillis has the following signs and syptoms: Presence of gummas.
    Late (tertiary) syphillis
  9. A term for nontreponemal antibodies produced by an infected oatient against

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