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We present a case of an HIV-negative individual who presented with worsening central and peripheral neurological symptoms and signs. Clinical, serological, histopathological, and radiological features were in keeping with concurrent cerebral and spinal cord syphilitic gummata, a tertiary manifestation of syphilis. Clinical improvement occurred after treatment of neurosyphilis.


Divya Dhasmana, Jaishree Joshi, Kaveh Manavi. Intracerebral and spinal cord syphilitic gummata in an HIV-negative man: a case report. Sexually transmitted diseases. 2013 Aug;40(8):629-31

PMID: 23863515

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