Latent Syphilis

Early Latent. Involves the first year after infection and may be established in patients who have seroconverted in the past year, who have had symptoms of primary or secondary syphilis in the past year, or who have had sex with a partner with primary, secondary, or latent syphilis in the past year.

Late Latent. Patients should be considered to have late latent syphilis if the aforementioned criteria (early latent) are not met. In both stages, patients are usually asymptomatic and the lesions noted in the primary and secondary phase usually resolve; however, individuals are still seropositive for T. pallidum.

Tertiary Syphilis. Develops years after the initial infection and may involve any organ in the body.

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