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Frontal bossing, mulberry molars, Hutchinson teeth, saddle nose, and cataract in congenital syphilis

This man presented with complex symptomatology, subsequently diagnosed as complications of congenital syphilis. Note the stigmata indicative of this disease, including frontal bossing, mulberry molars, Hutchinson teeth, saddle nose, and a cataract in his right eye. (Source: CDC and Brian Hill, New Zealand. Public Health Image Library, image 16463. Public domain.)

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