syphilid syph·i·lid (sĭf’ə-lĭd)
Any of the cutaneous and mucous membrane lesions characteristic of secondary and tertiary syphilis.
noun, Pathology. 1. a chronic infectious disease, caused by a spirochete, Treponema pallidum, usually venereal in origin but often congenital, and affecting almost any organ or tissue in the body, especially the genitals, skin, mucous membranes, aorta, brain, liver, bones, and nerves. noun 1. a venereal disease caused by infection with the microorganism Treponema pallidum: […]
- Syphilitic aneurysm
syphilitic aneurysm n. An aneurysm, usually involving the thoracic aorta, resulting from tertiary syphilitic aortitis.
- Syphilitic leukoderma
syphilitic leukoderma n. A fading of the roseola that occurs with secondary syphilis, leaving reticulated depigmented and hyperpigmented areas located primarily on the sides of the neck. Also called melanoleukoderma colli.
- Syphilitic roseola
syphilitic roseola n. Roseola marking the first eruption of syphilis, occurring 6 to 12 weeks after the initial lesion.