see also: Etymology of Neurosyphilis
The neurosyphilis is the name given to the late of the Syphilis, at its stages tertiary sector and quaternary neurological attack. The two principal demonstrations are:
- the general Paralysis which carries out a clinical picture of méningo slowly - Encéphalite progressive evolving to the Démence. Described by Bayle in 1822, this affection practically disappeared today thanks to the antibiotic treatment from the early stages from syphilis but revêt an important historical interest.
- the tabes which is a form of locomotor Ataxie by progressive destruction of the posterior roots and degeneration of the posterior cords of the Spinal-cord being accompanied by invalidating pains.
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