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Secondary syphilis with framboesiform facial lesions: a case report.
  1. M H Beck,
  2. H C Hubbard,
  3. V K Dave,
  4. K R Haye


    A 15-year-old schoolgirl presented with a generalised progressive skin rash of six months' duration, which had been previously diagnosed as psoriasis. The facial skin lesions were particularly prominent and nodular in form. Serological tests confirmed the diagnosis of secondary syphilis, which responded to treatment.

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