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Volume 19, Number 1—January 2013

Letter

A Case of Endemic Syphilis, Iran

Alireza AbdolrasouliComments to Author , Adam Croucher, Yahya Hemmati, and David Mabey
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Imperial College Healthcare National Health Service Trust, London, UK (A. Abdolrasouli, A. Croucher); Imperial College London, London (A. Abdolrasouli); Marie-Curie Medical Institute, Tehran, Iran (A. Abdolrasouli, Y. Hemmati); London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London (D. Mabey)

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Disfiguring infiltration of the nose, glabella, and forehead with clustered nodules in left interciliary region of boy with endemic syphilis, Iran, 2010.

Figure. . Disfiguring infiltration of the nose, glabella, and forehead with clustered nodules in left interciliary region of boy with endemic syphilis, Iran, 2010.

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