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Chancriform papule. A case report.
  1. S Murugan,
  2. P Jeyasingh,
  3. P V Prasad


    We describe a chancriform papule, a typically chancre like lesion, which was situated well away from the genital area in a patient diagnosed as having secondary syphilis. The diagnosis was confirmed by dark field microscopy, the effectiveness of antisyphilitic treatment, and the presence of a preputial scar.

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