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Yaws also Pétasse tropica, thymosis, polypapilloma tropicum, pian or parangi) is a tropical infection of the skin, bones and joints caused by the spirochete bacterium Treponema pallidum pertenue. Other treponemal diseases are...
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Get the facts on the bacterial disease yaws causes (Treponema pertenue), symptoms (skin lesions), treatment (penicillin, antibiotics), diagnosis, transmission and ...
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Yaws glossary includes a list of Yaws related medical definitions and related links on MedicineNet.com ... definitions of terms that appear in the Yaws article. ...
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Yaws is a chronic infection that affects mainly the skin, bone and cartilage. ... Yaws can be treated with a single dose of a cheap and effective antibiotic: ...
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Yaws is a chronic infection that affects mainly the skin, bone and ... Informal Consultation on Yaws, 24–26 January 2007. WHO headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland ...
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Yaws symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment information for Yaws (Yaws) with ... Yaws is listed as a "rare disease" by the Office of Rare Diseases (ORD) of the ...
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Yaws information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
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More about Yaws: Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis Prevention Resources Yaws Definition Yaws is a chronic illness which first affects
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InteliHealth - Featuring Harvard Medical School's consumer health information. ... Yaws is an infectious disease that affects the skin and bones. ...
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Yaws is an infection caused by the spiral-shaped bacterium (spirochete) called ... Yaws mainly affects children in rural, warm, tropical areas -- primarily ...
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Yaws. Authoritative facts about the skin from the New Zealand Dermatological Society. ... Yaws is caused by a spiral-shaped bacterium (spiroch(a)ete) ...
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In these countries, yaws most often affects children between the ages of 2 and 5, ... During the 1950s, yaws was a common tropical illness, infecting 50 million to ...
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Yaws is an infection caused by the spiral-shaped bacteria, Treponema pertenue. ... Yaws mainly affects children in rural, warm, tropical areas, such as the ...
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YAWS, the name in use in the British West Indies for a contagious inoculable ... For many years yaws was thought to be peculiar to the African negro, either in ...
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Yaws is an infectious disease that affects the skin and bones. ... In these countries, yaws most often affects children between the ages of 2 and 5, ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... cases of yaws are in children under 15 years of age. The organism that causes yaws is a ...
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Yaws is an infection caused by the spiral-shaped bacteria, Treponema pertenue. ... Yaws mainly affects children in rural, warm, tropical areas, such as the ...
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Like syphilis, yaws has different stages of disfigurement. However, unfortunately for the kids, yaws is not spread by sexual contact. ...
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Yaws is an infectious tropical disease caused by the spirochete (spiral shaped) ... Stage 3 yaws involves the long bones, joints, and/or skin. ...
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Yaws is an infection caused by the spiral-shaped bacteria, Treponema pertenue. ... Yaws mainly affects children in rural, warm, tropical areas, such as the ...
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