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Dermatological manifestations of STIs. Jyothsna Kundapur. WARNING. The following slides may contain explicit images. Chancroid. 0.5  inch to 2 inches painful sharply defined, undermined borders irregular borders base covered with a gray or yellowish-gray material bleeds easily

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warning
WARNING
  • The following slides may contain explicit images.
chancroid
Chancroid
  • 0.5 inch to 2 inches
  • painful
  • sharply defined, undermined borders
  • irregular borders
  • base covered with a gray or yellowish-gray material
  • bleeds easily
  • one or more ulcers.
  • tender suppurativeadenopathy
common locations
Common locations
  • coronal sulcus of the uncircumcised glans penis
  •  labia majora
  • labia minora
  •  perineal area
  • inner thighs 
chancre
Chancre
  • pustules at the site of inoculation-ulcerated lesions
  • 1–2 cm in diameter
  • painless
  • non-exudative
  • hard (indurated) edge
  • heal spontaneously within three to six weeks
  • Genitals, pharnyx
condyloma lata
Condyloma lata
  • raised lesions on the vulva or penis
  • Similar to warts
  • smooth.
  • moist.
  • flat.
  • surface scrapings of lesions- darkfield microscopy- spirochetes.
  • Syphilis serology-positive.
gumma
Gumma
  • tertiary stage of syphilis
  • granuloma
  • liver,brain, heart, skin, bone, testis, and other tissues
  • face, trunk or extremities
  • firm, necrotic center surrounded by inflamed tissues
  • eventually leaving behind an irregular scar or a round fibrous nodule.
condyloma acuminata warts
Condyloma acuminata(warts)
  • HPV-causative agent
  • raised lesions on the vulva or penis
  • cauliflower-like
  • dry
  • bulky
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clusters of genital sores
  • appear 4–7 days after sexual exposure to HSV.
  •  In males- glans penis, shaft of the penis , inner thigh, buttocks, or anus.
  • In females-pubis, labia, clitoris, vulva, buttocks or anus.
  • progress into ulcers and then crust and heal
kaposi s sarcoma
Kaposi’s Sarcoma
  • Causative agent-  Human herpes virus 8.
  • nodules or blotches
  • red, purple, brown or black
  • papular
  • skin, mouth, gastrointestinal tract , respiratory tract.
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