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Dental Changes in the Congenital Syphilitic
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acquired syphilis acute adequate treatment adult appearance arsenic arsphenamine bismuth blood-vessels bone syphilis cartilage cells cent central nervous system cerebrospinal fluid changes Charcot's child clinic condition congenital syphilitic cornea course deafness dermatitis developed diagnosis diaphysis differentiated edema enlarged epiphyseal eruptions evidence examination extremities fact father fever given gummata Hutchinson's teeth hyperpyrexia infiltration injections instances interstitial keratitis intravenous involvement iodides jaundice joint Jour juvenile paretic late syphilis latent lesions liver long bones lymph malaria manifestations mapharsen meningitis mercury negative serological neoarsphenamine nerve neurosyphilis normal observed occur optic atrophy organisms osteochondritis paralysis paresis pathological patient periostitis positive serological reactions positive Wassermann reaction pregnancy present produce pupils rare seen serological findings showed signs skin spastic spinal fluid spirochsetse pallidse spleen stage stigmata strongly positive symptoms Syph syphilitic children syphilitic disease syphilitic infant tabes dorsalis temperature tests therapy tion tissue Total number toxic treated tryparsamide ulcers weeks