The January issue of Contemporary OB/GYN® featured a peer-reviewed article on syphilis in pregnancy.
Syphilis, known as the “the great imitator,” is a clinical disease with myriad manifestations and stages. Clinical illness results from infection with the spirochete Treponema pallidum, which enters at sites of sexual contact and by transmission across the placenta during pregnancy.
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Have you seen a rise in syphilis in pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic?