Syphilis is caused by a spirochete (a spiral-shaped bacteria) called Treponema pallidum. You can get the bacteria in the following ways: direct contact with a syphilis sore (usually found on the vagina, anus, rectum, in the mouth, or on the lips) during vaginal, anal, or oral sex with an infected person.Nov 29, 2017

syphilion'thus [G'. ionlhos, acne of adolescence.]
A copper colored syphilide with branny scales.
syphilipher (sl-fill-fur) [G. pherS, I carry.] A
syphilis carrier; one who has syphilis in the
infectious stage.
syphillpho'bia. Syphilophobia.
syphilis (sif 1-lis) [fancifully and incorrectly derived
(according to tradition) from G. sys, hog, +
philos, loving; or syn, with, + philos, loving.]
An infectious disease spread by inoculation
through sexual intercourse and also largely
through the medium of contaminated table
utensils, pipes, towels, etc. After an incuba
tion period of 12 to 20 days, the first symptom
is the chancre,* followed by slight fever and
other constitutional symptoms, and a skin
eruption of various appearances with mucous
patches; this constitutes the second stage.
The third stage is marked by the formation
of gummata. The specific organism is
Treponema pallidum (Spirochceta pallida), con
genital s., s. hereditaria, equine s., dourine.
pri'mary s., the first stage of the disease from the
development of the chancre to the appearance of
the eruption, sec'ondary s., the second stage
of the disease, beginning with the appearance
of the eruption and lasting an indefinite period,
quaternary s., parasyphilis. s. d'emblee (dohbla')
[Fr. right away], s. occurring without an
initial sore. s. heredita'ria, hereditary s., s.
present in a child at the time of birth, s.
heredita'ria tar'da, s., supposed to be hereditary
or congenital, which does not manifest itself
until several years after birth, s. innocen'u'um,
s. inson'tium [L. s. of the innocent], syphilis
acquired in other ways than by coitus or other
sexual practices, as may occur through the com
mon use of table instruments, public drinking
cups, lavatory towels, etc. s. ceconom'ica, s.
insontium in which infection occurs through the
medium of table utensils, towels, and other
articles of domestic use. ter'tiary s., the final
stage of the disease, of indefinite beginning and
ending, marked by the formation of gummata.
syphilit'ic. Relating to, caused by, or suffering
from syphilis, s. fever, the elevation of tempera
ture often present in the early roseolous stage of
secondary syphilis.
syphiliza'tion. Inoculation with the pus of a chan
cre, with prophylactic or curative intent.
syph'ilize. To infect with syphilis, to practise
syphiloderm, syphiloderma, pi. syphiloder'mata.
(sif'il-o-durm, sif-il-o-dur'mah) [syphilis + Gderma,
skin.] Syphilide.
syphiloder'matous. Relating to a syphilitic skin
syphilodol (sif'il-o-dol). Trade name of a sub
stance compounded of silver, arsenic, and anti
mony, off ered f or the treatment of syphilis, yaws,
and various protozoal diseases as a substitute
for salvarsan and similar substances; a yellow
, powder'or yellowish brown tablets; administered
by intravenous injection and per os.
syphilogen'esis, syphilogeny (sif-il-oj'en-I) [syphilis
+ G. genesis, production.] The origin and pro
gressive course of syphilis.
syphilog'rapher. A writer on syphilis.
syphilog'raphy [syphilis + G. graphg, a description.]
A treatise on or description of syphilis.
syphiloid (sif'il-oyd) [G. eidos, resemblance.]
Resembling syphilis.
syphilologist (sif-il-ol'o- jist) . 1. One versed in

the knowledge of syphilis. 2. A specialist
in the diagnosis and treatment of syphilis.
syphilol'ogy [syphihs + -ology.] The branch of
medical science which has to do with syphilis
in all its relations.
syphilo'ma. A syphilitic tumor, gumma.
syphilo'matous. Relating to a syphiloma, gumma
tous. ,
syphiloma'nia. Syphilophobia.
syphilomyces (sifil-o-mi'sez) [syphilis + G. mykls,
fungus.] I. Condyloma. 2. A polymorphous
bacillus obtained by van Niessen from syphilitic
blood, and believed by him to be pathogenic.
syphilop'athy [syphilis + G. pathos, suffering.]
Any morbid manifestation of syphilis.
syphilopho'bia [G. phobos, fear.] A morbid fear of
acquiring syphilis through the use of table uten
sils, towels, etc., or of touching any contaminated
syphilophyma (sif"il-o-fi'mah) [syphilis + G. phyma,
a tumor.] Syphiloma, gumma,
syphilosis (sif-l-lo'sis) [syphilis + -osis.] A more
or less generalized syphilitic disease,
syph'ilous. Syphilitic,
syphion'thus. Syphilionthus.
syr. Abbreviation of L. syrupus, syrup,
syr'gol. A colloidal oxide of silver, occurring in
brown shining plates, soluble in water; is said to
contain 20 per cent, of silver.
Syr'iac ulcer. Diphtheria.
syrigmophonia (sir"ig-mo-fo'nI-ah) [G. syrigmos, a
hissing, + phdni, sound, voice.] 1. A sibilant
rale. 2. A whistle accompanying the production
of s-sounds, due usually to some peculiarity in the
syrig'mus [G. syrigmos, a hissing.] Tinnitus aurium.
syrin'ga. The leaves of Syringa vulgaris, or lilac,
employed as an intestinal astringent,
syringadenoma (sir-ing-gad-e-no'mah) [G. syrinx,
tube, + adin, gland, + -oma.] A sweat-gland
syringadenosus (sir-ing-gad-e-no'sus) [G. syrinx,
tube, + adin, gland.] Relating to the sweatglands.
syringe (sir'inj) [G. syrinx, a tube.] An instru
ment used for injecting fluids. Anel's s., David
son s., fountain s., Pravaz s., etc., see the nouns.
syr'ingin. A crystalline tasteless glucoside, C17H21-
O,, in the bark and leaves of Ligustrum vulgare,
or privet, and Syringa vulgaris, or lilac ; employed
as a tonic and antiperiodic.
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