Organism causing syphilis Method of transmission

The pathogenesis of Congenital syphilis 

The pathogenesis of Primary syphilis

The pathogenesis of Secondary syphilis:

The pathogenesis of Tertiary syphilis:

Immunity to infection Method of diagnosis of syphilis 

a) Definitive diagnosis is achieved by identifying spirochetes by 

b) Most cases of syphilis are diagnosed serologically.

Effectiveantimicrobial agents against this organism

Preventive neasures

The following control measures will aid in prevention of this disease.

Long term sequelae

Untreated syphilis can lead to tertiary syphilis attacking