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  • Rollet's mixed chancre in Brazilian pregnant women: An unusual case report. [Journal Article]
    Int J Infect Dis 2019de Oliveira D, Donateli Rosa L, … Dos Reis HLB
  • Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum with a significant increase in the last decades and may be associated with other transmissible sexually infections such as soft chancre or Chancroid, which is an uncommon infection in Brazil. The existence of ulcerated genital lesions is a higher risk for HIV transmission. The accuracy of clinical and laborato…
  • [Lentigines]. [Journal Article]
    Pan Afr Med J 2019; 33:190Agharbi FZ
  • Chancroid (also known as soft chancre and ulcus molle) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) due to the Ducrey's bacillus (or Haemophilus ducreyi) characterized by chancre at the site of ulcerated inoculation associated with lymphadenopathy. The disease manifests as a small pinkish papule at the site of penetration of the bacterium. After an incubation period ranging from 24 hours to 15 days (o…
  • [Chancroid]. [Journal Article]
    Pan Afr Med J 2019; 33:185Agharbi FZ
  • Chancroid (also known as soft chancre and ulcus molle) is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) due to the Ducrey's bacillus (or Haemophilus ducreyi) characterized by chancre at the site of ulcerated inoculation associated with lymphadenopathy. The disease manifests as a small pinkish papule at the site of penetration of the bacterium. After an incubation period ranging from 24 hours to 15 days (o…
  • Nonviral Sexually Transmitted Diseases. [Review]
    Clin Colon Rectal Surg 2019; 32(5):358-363Cologne KG, Hsieh C
  • This article provides a practical overview for the management of nonviral sexually transmitted diseases affecting the perianal and anorectal regions. Clinical manifestations, diagnosis, and treatment of syphilis, gonorrhea, chancroid, donovanosis, and lymphogranuloma venereum are individually addressed.
  • Genital Ulcer Disease: A Review of Pathogenesis and Clinical Features. [Journal Article]
    J Cutan Med Surg 2019 Nov/Dec; 23(6):624-634Maliyar K, Mufti A, … Alavi A
  • Genital ulcer disease can be caused by a wide variety of sources. Most commonly, genital ulcer disease is grouped into infectious and noninfectious causes. HSV, syphilis, lymphogranuloma venereum, and chancroid represent some common infectious ulcers. Noninfectious causes on the other hand can be inflammatory, noninflammatory, or malignant (eg, squamous cell carcinoma). Depending on the etiology,…
  • Determination of an Interaction Network between an Extracellular Bacterial Pathogen and the Human Host. [Journal Article]
    MBio 2019; 10(3)Griesenauer B, Tran TM, … Spinola SM
  • A major gap in understanding infectious diseases is the lack of information about molecular interaction networks between pathogens and the human host. Haemophilus ducreyi causes the genital ulcer disease chancroid in adults and is a leading cause of cutaneous ulcers in children in the tropics. We developed a model in which human volunteers are infected on the upper arm with H. ducreyi until they …
  • StatPearls: Ciprofloxacin [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Thai Tony T Lower Bucks Hospital Zito Patrick M. PM Walden University BOOK
  • Ciprofloxacin is an antibiotic agent in the fluoroquinolone class used to treat bacterial infections such as urinary tract infections and pneumonia. Ciprofloxacin is FDA approved for treatment of urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea and chancroid), skin, bone and joint infections, prostatitis, typhoid fever, gastrointestinal infections, lower respiratory tract infect…
  • Common Bacterial and Viral Infections: Review of Management in the Pregnant Patient. [Journal Article]
    Ann Pharmacother 2019; 53(6):639-651Rac H, Gould AP, … Bookstaver PB
  • CONCLUSIONS: There are limited data on clinical outcomes in pregnant patients with common bacterial and viral infections. Empirical management decisions require balance of benefit and risk to both mother and infant. Although few clinical practice guidelines have quality evidence for strong recommendations in this population, clinicians should weigh antimicrobial dosing, pharmacokinetics, safety, and established effectiveness to optimize antimicrobial therapy in pregnancy.
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