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.


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    syphilo- or syphil- or syphili- pref. Syphilis; syphilitic: syphilid.

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