(Science: medicine) Of or pertaining to syphilis; of the nature of syphilis; affected with syphilis.
A syphilitic... Read More
necklace of Venus
An obsolete term for syphilitic... Read More
absence of elevation of the larynx during deglutition, said to indicate syphilitic induration of the... Read More
(Science: microbiology) An advanced (stage III) syphilitic infection (treponema pallidum) affecting... Read More
antibody, evoked during syphilitic infections, that combines with cardiolipin in the presence of... Read More
A test designed to determine intensity of syphilitic infection, e.g., titreed serologic test.
Origin: syphilis... Read More
An advanced (stage III) syphilitic infection (treponema pallidum) affecting nervous structures.
symptoms... Read More
tambour sound -->
bruit de tambour
Reverberating, musical tone heard as the second heart sound over the aortic area,... Read More
Collar of venus
An obsolete term for syphilitic leukoderma involving the anterior neck and... Read More
(Science: symptom) paroxysmal pain which extends along the course of one or more nerves.
many varieties of... Read More
Aortic regurgitation: aetiology
(Science: radiology) intrinsic valve disease, congenital bicuspid valve, rheumatic... Read More
Gummatous syphilid -->
Origin: NL. So called from its gummy contents see gum.
(Science: medicine) a kind of soft... Read More
(Science: neurology) Loss or impairment of motor function in a part due to lesion of the neural or muscular... Read More
screwdriver teeth -->
The teeth of congenital syphilis in which the incisal edge is notched and narrower... Read More
Dissecting thoracic aorta -->
dissecting thoracic aneurysm
(Science: surgery) a condition in which a weakened portion of the... Read More
Dissecting thoracic aneurysm
(Science: surgery) a condition in which a weakened portion of the thoracic aorta begins to tear... Read More
notched teeth -->
The teeth of congenital syphilis in which the incisal edge is notched and narrower than... Read More
a second chancre occurring in a syphilitic subject, possibly an allergic reaction without the presence of the... Read More
(Science: clinical sign) nystagmus produced by pressure applied to a sealed external auditory canal; may be... Read More