Hepatitis viruses: neurologic complications
Nov. 06, 2023
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Anterior view of knees of a patient knees diagnosed with Clutton’s joints due to congenital syphilis. Clutton's joints, or symmetrical hydrarthrosis of the knee joints, is a painless condition that often occurs during the late stages of congenital syphilis. It involves synovitis, or swelling of a joint, accompanied by collections of fluid within the joint capsule. (Source: CDC and J Pledger, 1976. Public Health Image Library, image 4102. Public domain.)