Healthcare Provider Resources (for syphilis)
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A Call to Action: Syphilis in Oklahoma - Webinar provided by the Denver Prevention Training Center (Denver PTC), originally aired August 2017
2015 STD Treatment Guideline - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Syphilis Screening Quick Tips - SHHR, 2020
Syphilis Staging and Treatment Quick Guide for Providers - Used with approval from the Arizona Department of Health Services
Congenital Syphilis Quick Facts for Oklahoma - SHHR, 2020
WARNING: This links below contain pictures of syphilis sores, which can be subtle or very obvious. These photos show explicit presentations of syphilis sores on genitals and other body parts. Please DO NOT use these photos to self-diagnose. Syphilis is sometimes called "The Great Imitator" as it can look like many other conditions. If you have signs or symptoms that concern you, please see a healthcare provider, or visit your local health department.
Images of Syphilis
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