Chancre

by Cathy Parkes August 15, 2022

A patient presenting with a chancre (ulcer) on the genitals should be evaluated for syphilis. The chancre should be cultured, and a blood test should be done to assess for this sexually transmitted infection.
A patient presenting with a chancre (ulcer) on the genitals should be evaluated for syphilis. The chancre should be cultured, and a blood test should be done to assess for this sexually transmitted infection.


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