Pathogenesis and Clinical manifestations of Treponema pallidum

Pathogenesis and Clinical manifestations of Treponema pallidum

Pathogenesis of Treponema pallidum The two major routes of transmission of Treponema pallidum are sexual and transplacental. Sexual exposure to a person who has an active syphilitic chancre carries a high probability of acquiring syphilis. The organisms enter a susceptible host by penetration of intact mucous membranes or the minute abrasions in the skin surface … Read more Pathogenesis and Clinical manifestations of Treponema pallidum