PMID: 589424Oct 1, 1977

Hepatitis in early syphilis. Report of three cases

The British Journal of Venereal Diseases
A McMillanD H Robertson


Fifteen patients with early syphilis were seen between May 1974 and March 1975. These 15 patients comprised all the cases of early syphilis that were seen in Edinburgh during this period. Three of them were men of whom two were homosexual. Liver function tests in these three gave abnormal results.


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