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Secondary syphilis presenting with features of cranial arteritis
  1. P. J. T. Drew


    The case of an elderly man with secondary syphilis is described. The clinical features at the time of presentation were suggestive of cranial arteritis and there was a substantial but incomplete response to corticosteroids. Subsequent treatment with penicillin proved highly effective.

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