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Concentric rings simulating tinea imbricata in secondary syphilis. A case report.
  1. P A Sarojini,
  2. A D Dharmaratnam,
  3. K Pavithran,
  4. C Gangadharan

    Abstract

    A female patient with secondary syphilis presented with concentric rings of papules simulating tinea imbricata. To avoid the occurrence of "ping-pong" syphilis, it is stressed that both sexual partners should be treated simultaneously.

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