Fetal Infections: Congenital Syphilis, and Tuberculosis
Significant progress has been made in the diagnosis and treatment of syphilis since the identification of the causative agent, Treponema pallidum, in 1905. However, syphilis remains a major public health problem in many developing countries and there has been a recrudescence in developed countries during the last two decades .
KeywordsOptic Neuritis Congenital Syphilis Secondary Syphilis Latent Syphilis Interstitial Keratitis
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