Hepatitis In Secondary Syphilis: Disease Bioinformatics
Hepatitis in Secondary Syphilis is often seen in HIV-infected individuals and is an easily diagnosed and reversible etiology of liver dysfunction. Secondary syphilis has an incubation period of 6-12 weeks and in most cases patients enter the next stage of hepatitis in latent syphilis which commonly persists for life. Hepatitis in Secondary Syphilis causes a rash in patients that affects the palms, soles, and face. Hepatitis in Secondary Syphilis can be prevented by practicing safe sex as well as treatment of asymptomatic contacts.
Hepatitis In Secondary Syphilis Bioinformatics Tool
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